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#### Jon Thackray

and the style sheets also from the canonical website

http://www.w3.org/Math/. But I'm having some trouble. I've input the

example from page 90 of the mathml handbook, which is a simple bounded

integral. The mathml is as follows, where I've substituted the

numerical values for the named entities:-

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>

<!DOCTYPE math SYSTEM "../mathml2/mathml2.dtd">

<math

xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">

<mrow>

<munderover>

<mo>∫</mo>

<mi>a</mi>

<mi>b</mi>

</munderover>

<mi>f</mi>

<mo></mo>

<mrow>

<mo>(</mo><mi>x</mi><mo>)</mo>

</mrow>

<mo>ⅆ</mo><mi>x</mi>

</mrow>

</math>

The result of applying the mathml.xsl stylesheet, using pmathmlcss.xsl

in place of pmathml.xsl, is given below. However, this doesn't display

as the book shows it. The integral and its limits look fine, but the

function f(x) appears underneath it instead of to the right. IE 6 and

Mozilla 0.9.9 both display it the same way, so I guess there must be

something wrong with the original markup. Any idea what?

<span xmlns:m="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" id="d0e1"

class="mrow"><span id="d0e3" class="mrow">

<table class="munderover">

<tr>

<td><span class="mi1">b</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td><span id="d0e7" class="mo">∫</span></td>

</tr>

<tr>

<td><span class="mi1">a</span></td>

</tr>

</table><span class="mi1">f</span><span id="d0e20"

class="mrow"><span id="d0e22" class="mo">(</span><span

class="mi1">x</span><span id="d0e26"

class="mo">)</span></span><script>

var mrowH = d0e20.offsetHeight;

mrowStretch(d0e22,"Ã¦","Ã§","Ã§","Ã¨");

mrowStretch(d0e26,"Ã¶","Ã·","Ã·","Ã¸");</script><span id="d0e30"

class="mo">ⅆ</span><span class="mi1">x</span></span></span>