MathML in Mozilla

Discussion in 'XML' started by Bart Van Loon, May 5, 2004.

  1. Hi,

    I am playing around with native MathML viewing in Mozilla and am
    wondering the following:

    When I name my file helloworld.xml the presentation <math> in it gets
    rendered correctly, when I name it .html it doesn't. I understand
    Mozilla chooses a different xslt corresponding to the extension, is that
    correct?

    An second thing is that when I have an .html file, things like &plusmn;
    are accepted and rendered correctly, whereas in .xml files I need to
    work with the ± equivalent. I understand this is because of a
    different DTD, right?

    Now, is it possible to get these two things combined? I mean, having a
    file with <math> AND &plusmn; and having it rendered completely and
    correctly by Mozilla?

    thanks in advance,
    Bart
     
    Bart Van Loon, May 5, 2004
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