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- how to write a web page for mathematics
- 10-11-2003
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October 11, 2003, 5:10 am
October 11, 2003, 5:10 am
to put a lot of math equations, and math symbols such as
"integral","derivative","vector", and so on.
I have not been able to find a website which explains how I can make
such a website. I do have some knowlege on "latex" or "tex". So if there
is any way to use those languages in a web page, I would like to know
that. Ofcourse, I don't have to use "latex", if there are other ways to
make a web page for math. I use Linux, so any softwares that are
specific to windows won't work for me.
Any advice would be appreciated.
Thank you, and have a good day.
Re: how to write a web page for mathematics
As well as MathML which other posters have mentioned (MathML is only
supported in Gecko-based browsers, e.g. Mozilla, Netscape.), you might
want to look at docbook.
Docbook is a semantically-rich SGML-based format and allows you to mark up
mathematical formulae.
There aren't really any browsers that support Docbook[1] but there are
handy Docbook->HTML converters (and also Docbook->LaTeX, Docbook->PDF, etc)
[1] except the Mozilla offshoot DocZilla.
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