Creating dynamic math web pages

(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)

This chapter provides information on using MathML to create dynamic Web pages that feature interactive mathematical content. It starts with an overview of how to use HTML controls and JavaScript. It then provides detailed examples of how to implement various types of interactivity in Web pages using the MathML-specific features of products like WebEQ, techexplorer, and webMathematica.



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