Tag Archives: HTML-MathML

This attribute defines the minimum space that shift the supscript below the baseline of the expression. This attribute is accepted by the <mmultiscripts>, <msub>, and… Read More
This attribute contains a Boolean value specifying whether more vertical space is used for displayed equations or, if set to false, a more compact layout… Read More
This attribute holds the value of rendering of HTML element. There can be two value block which means that this element will be displayed outside… Read More
The href attribute is used to specify the URL of the linked document. This attribute is accepted by all the MathML tags. Syntax: <element href="valid… Read More
This attribute defines the space between the table and the frame. This attribute is accepted by <mtable> tag only. Syntax: <element framespacing="number"> Attributes Value: number:… Read More
This attribute holds the value of the thickness of the fraction. Possible values are thick, medium and thin. This attribute is accepted by <mfrac> tag… Read More
This attribute holds the closing parentheses of any equation the same as the open attribute. This attribute is accepted by the <mfenched> tag. Syntax: <element… Read More
This attribute holds the value of the math expressions background color. This attribute is accepted by all the MathML tags. Syntax: <element mathbackground="Colorname"> Attribute Values:… Read More
This attribute holds the height value length i.e. desired depth above the baseline. This attribute is accepted by three tags <mglyph>, <mpadded>, and <mspace>. Syntax:… Read More
The id attribute is a unique identifier which is used to specify the document. It is used by CSS and JavaScript to perform a certain… Read More
This atribute is used to define whether the operator should be drawn larger than normal when displaystyle=”true” is set. Possible value are true or false.… Read More
This attribute holds the border value for the entire table. Possible values are none, solid and dashed. This attribute is accepted by <mtable> tag only.… Read More
The MathML mathsize attribute in HTML5 is used to specify the size for the content. The possible values are small, normal, big or a custom length… Read More
This attribute holds the alignment of the tables. Possible values are axis, baseline, bottom, center and top. This attribute can be accepted by many tags… Read More
This attribute contains three types of action statusline, toggle and tooltip each of them behave differently. This attribute is only accepted by the <maction> tag.… Read More