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Content MathML should '''not''' be used and it is not going to be implemented by browser vendors. Any implementation of MathML should implement [http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html Presentation MathML].  
 
Content MathML should '''not''' be used and it is not going to be implemented by browser vendors. Any implementation of MathML should implement [http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html Presentation MathML].  
 
Firefox made sure that the Gecko engine does not corrupt copy-paste operations that contain Content MathML alternatives.
 
Firefox made sure that the Gecko engine does not corrupt copy-paste operations that contain Content MathML alternatives.
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== Mediawiki and Wikipedia ==
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Wikipedia will switch to MathJax deployment in the future. Right now the [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Math/MathJax_testing Mediawiki site has MathJax in testing] and this will come to Wikipedia in the near future, when the new code gets deployed.
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 07:53, 9 June 2012

Tracking the implementation of MathML in the wild

Status

Browser Notes
Chrome
Firefox Currently the most feature-rich browser implementation of MathML.
Internet Explorer No support in core distribution but with (no cost) MathPlayer add-on has full Content and Presentation MathML3 rendering (with non standard DOM due to IE's plugin architecture)
Opera Only interested in implementing MathML for CSS.
Safari Basic Support for a subset of Presentation MathML

Presentation MathML

Content MathML should not be used and it is not going to be implemented by browser vendors. Any implementation of MathML should implement Presentation MathML. Firefox made sure that the Gecko engine does not corrupt copy-paste operations that contain Content MathML alternatives.

Mediawiki and Wikipedia

Wikipedia will switch to MathJax deployment in the future. Right now the Mediawiki site has MathJax in testing and this will come to Wikipedia in the near future, when the new code gets deployed.

References