Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) is an XML-based language for describing mathematical notation.
MathML was originally designed as a general-purpose specification for browsers, office suites, computer algebra systems, EPUB readers, LaTeX-based generators. However, this approach was not very adapted to the Web: the subset focusing on semantics has never been implemented in browsers while the subset focusing on math layout led to incomplete and inconsistent browser implementations.
Below you will find links to documentation, examples, and tools to work with MathML. Although many of these still use the MathML Full specification as a reference, transition towards MathML Core is in progress. It is highly recommended that developers and authors switch to that specification, perhaps relying on other web technologies to cover missing use cases from the legacy specification.
- MathML element reference
Details about each MathML element and compatibility information for desktop and mobile browsers.
- MathML attribute reference
Information about MathML attributes that modify the appearance or behavior of elements.
- MathML examples
MathML samples and examples to help you understand how it works.
Suggestions and tips for writing MathML, including suggested MathML editors and how to integrate their output into Web content.
- W3C Validator
- Mathzilla Firefox add-on collection
- LaTeXML - Convert LaTeX documents into HTML+MathML Web pages
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