Index | Element | Description |
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1) | The MathML element provides a possibility to bind actions to (sub-) expressions. | |

2) | It is the top-level element in MathML . Every valid MathML instance must be wrapped in tags. | |

3) | The MathML element renders its content inside an enclosing notation specified by the notation attribute. | |

4) | The MathML merror element is used to display contents as error messages. | |

5) | The MathML element provides the possibility to add custom opening and closing parentheses (such as brackets) and separators (such as commas or semicolons) to an expression. | |

6) | The MathML element is used to display fractions. | |

7) | The MathML element is used to display non-standard symbols where existing Unicode characters are not available. | |

8) | The MathML element indicates that the content should be rendered as an identifier such as function names, variables or symbolic constants. | |

9) | The MathML element is used to represent a label in a row either on the left or on the right side (determined using the side attribute on the mtable element). Child elements of mlabeledtr must be mtd elements. | |

10) | The MathML element allows you to create tensor-like objects. | |

11) | The MathML element represents a numeric literal which is normally a sequence of digits with a possible separator (a dot or a comma). | |

12) | The MathML element represents an operator in a broad sense. | |

13) | The MathML element is used to attach an accent or a limit over an expression. | |

14) | The MathML element is used to add extra padding and to set the general adjustment of position and size of enclosed contents. | |

15) | The MathML element is rendered invisibly, but dimensions (such as height, width, and baseline position) are still kept. | |

16) | The MathML element is used to display roots with an explicit index. | |

17) | The MathML element is used to group sub-expressions, which usually contain one or more operators with their respective operands (such as mi and mn). | |

18) | The MathML ms element represents a string literal meant to be interpreted by programming languages and computer algebra systems. | |

19) | The MathML element is used to display a blank space, whose size is set by its attributes. | |

20) | The MathML element is used to display square roots. | |

21) | The MathML element is used change the style of its children. | |

22) | The MathML element is used to attach a subscript to an expression. It uses the following syntax: base subscript . | |

23) | The MathML element is used to attach both a subscript and a superscript, together, to an expression. It uses the following syntax: msubsup base subscript superscript /msubsup. | |

24) | The MathML element is used to attach a superscript to an expression. It uses the following syntax: msup base superscript . | |

25) | The MathML element allows you to create tables or matrices. Inside a mtable only mtr and mtd elements may appear. These elements are similar to table, tr and td elements of HTML. | |

26) | The MathML element represents a cell in a table or a matrix. It may only appear in a mtr element. This element is similar to the td element of HTML. | |

27) | The MathML element is used to render arbitrary text with no notational meaning, such as comments or annotations. | |

28) | The MathML element represents a row in a table or a matrix. It may only appear in aelement. This element is similar to the tr element of HTML. | |

29) | The MathML element is used to attach an accent or a limit under an expression. It uses the following syntax: munder base underscript /munder | |

30) | The MathML element is used to attach accents or limits both under and over an expression. It uses the following syntax: munderover base underscript overscript /munderover | |

31) | The MathML elements , annotation and annotation-xml are used to combine presentation and content markup and to provide both, layout information and semantic meaning of mathematical expressions. |