MathML in Web Browsers

A joint effort to add native MathML-Core support to web browsers


Latest News

Link to MathML updates (23 Jun 2022)

An overview of 2021 and 2022 updates.

MathML plans for 2021 (15 Feb 2021)

Igalia will restart their MathML work in Q2 2021.

Q3 review of Chromium's MathML upstreaming (07 Sep 2020)

We review the upstreaming progress (september 2020).

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MathML

Screenshot of MathML in different browsers
From top to bottom: MathML formula rendered by
Chromium (Igalia's build), Safari and Firefox

Why is MathML better than other solutions?

Overview of native MathML support: advantage and status
  • W3C recommendation and web-platform-tests coverage for the best interoperability.
  • Native implementation for efficient layout and automatic reflow.
  • No external resources required except for purely stylistic information.
  • Cross-compatible and high-quality rendering possible using TeX and OpenType MATH rules.
  • Visual rendering fully controlled by font and CSS styling.
  • Compatible with the other HTML5 technologies for best user and developer experience.
  • Formula content works well with browser UI: zooming, select, copy & paste, find text, etc.
  • Information properly exposed to assistive technologies.