I am trying to design a QGIS (3.10.7) project which would enable users to work from home and not bind them to a specific computer at their workplace. I am using the PostgreSQL/PostGIS database to save data, and symbology is set beforehand in the empty project that the users will download. I found a problem regarding symbology when using this approach. I need to use SVG images as symbols for some layer and I would like to prevent downloading the whole library of them to local computers of the users, as there are around 400 unique images.
Is there a way that QGIS could get the images from my server?
I currently have them saved on the FTP server and they are publicly accessible, but I didn't find a way to load them in QGIS. I also thought about uploading them in the PostgreSQL database, but I am afraid it would be too much costly for the DB. Has anyone solved this or is local saving the only way?