HTML5 MathML accentunder Attribute
The MathML accentunder attribute is used to specify whether an element is treated as an accent or not. A value of true means that the accent is drawn closer to the base expression and a value of false means that a limit is drawn instead. The difference between the two is that a limit is reduced in size whereas an accent is the same size as the base.
<element accentunder="true | false">
Attributes Values: This attribute has two values as mentioned above and described below:
- true: This value means that the element is treated as an accent that is drawn closer to the base expression.
- false: This value means that the element is treated as a limit.
The example below illustrates the MathML accentunder attribute:
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by HTML5 MathML accentunder attribute are listed below:
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