Hi Steven,
 
I should have mentioned that my browser renders the Old School site properly.
 
If you visit my page does it appear properly? http://www.k5rud.us/over50/wiki/index.php/RudTest

Rud Merriam K5RUD
ARES AEC Montgomery County, TX
http://over50.k5rud.us/wiki/
-----Original Message-----
From: smellicus@gmail.com [mailto:smellicus@gmail.com] On Behalf Of Steven Chan
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 6:51 AM
To: Rud Merriam
Subject: Re: PhpWiki AsciiMath Plugin Question

Hi Rud,

This is not an ASCIIMathPHP problem but a MathML embedded in HTML problem.

Have you looked at

http://www.oldschool.com.sg/index.php/module/Shared/action/Static/tmpl/ASCIIMathPHP

under the heading

Getting the Browser to render MathML

Steven

On 2/21/07, Rud Merriam < k5rud@arrl.net> wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to use your PhpWiki AsciiMath plugin without success. It seems to partially work since it generates the special HTML-like expressions but the graphics are not rendered. See below for the "span" captured from a page.

Is something else needed to render the graphics?


Rud Merriam K5RUD
ARES AEC Montgomery County, TX
http://over50.k5rud.us/wiki/


<span class="plugin" id="AsciiMathPlugin"><math xmlns=" http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML">
        <mo>'</mo>
        <mrow>
                <munderover>
                        <mo>&#8721;</mo>
                        <mrow>
                                <mi>i</mi>
                                <mo>=</mo>
                                <mn>1</mn>
                        </mrow>
                        <mi>n</mi>
                </munderover>
        </mrow>
        <mi>i</mi>
        <mo>=</mo>
        <mfrac>
                <mrow>
                        <mi>n</mi>
                        <mrow>
                                <mo>(</mo>
                                <mi>n</mi>
                                <mn>+1</mn>
                                <mo>)</mo>
                        </mrow>
                </mrow>
                <mn>2</mn>
        </mfrac>
        <mo>`</mo>
</math>
</span>