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DZone Daily Dose - WebKit Gains MathML Support

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Writing mathematical formulas on web pages just got easier if your page is being read by a WebKit browser such as Chrome or Safari.  The WebKit developers are now releasing nightly builds that support the MathML XML language, which allows you to type in mathematical formulas and edit them instead of having to use an image. 

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Jose Maria Arranz replied on Mon, 2010/08/23 - 1:21pm

Interesting the future support of MathML in WebKit

I've copied and slightly modfied the same demo to work with text/html MIME (original is application/xhtml+xml). It works with FireFox (FireFox supported MathML some years ago).

Can someone test it with some snapshot of WebKit?


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