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Re: Inline equations

From: <juanrgonzaleza@canonicalscience.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2006 07:25:14 -0800 (PST)
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Dario.tambone

Unfortunately, the MathML structure does not fit well with CSS. Of course,
one can use some CSS styling but just for some points. See

[http://canonicalscience.blogspot.com/2006/02/choosing-notationsyntax-for-canonmath.html]

for some discussion on problems with CSS that people from Opera browser
and mathematician George Chavchanidze is founding with the MathML
specification.

The attribute \"display=\'block\'\" of math tag display in block and
centered the equations selected. The equations are displayed inline via
the attribute \"display=\'inline\'\".

See examples of use of "inline" and "block" in next pages

http://www.canonicalscience.com/en/researchzone/nanothermodynamics.xml

http://www.canonicalscience.com/en/researchzone/canonical.xml

Compare the size of symbols in first (block) and second (inline) equations
on last above link.


Juan R.

Center for CANONICAL |SCIENCE)
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