Sounds like the problem is with your server/hosting company. The SVG MIME-type needs to be specified for the SVG graphic to be displayed on your server. Give your provider a call and they should be able to help you out.
In the post below, Schrene explains how to enable support for SVG via an .htaccess file:
To quote Schrene:
You don't see your SVG's on Go Daddy because they do not support SVG MIME type.
You will have to add an .htaccess file on Go Daddy to include SVG
Use Notepad and disable word wrap...copy and paste this:
AddType image/svg+xml .svg .svgz
AddEncoding x-gzip .svgz
Save document as .htaccess
Place this in your sites root directory
thank you greatly - that was the solution
.htaccess file worked great on my godaddy server.
ihave one concern now that I see this happening...
I am new to Adobe Edge and am learning animation techniques through some banner ad projects I have been assigned.
When you upload these to display on an Ad Server... am I going to run into more display issues with an ad server?
I will research this further but is giving me some concern right now.