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MathJax is an open-source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all browsers without font installation or browser plug-ins.Any modern browser with Javascript enabled will be MathJax-ready.Visit theMathJax websitefor more information.

yaboH5Project Euclid is a supporter of MathJax development,and we are using it throughout our website.Below are questions and answers 亚博KG百家乐about the use of MathJax on yaboH5Project Euclid.

How does yaboH5Project Euclid use MathJax?

For rendering mathematics expressed in TeX or MathML,yaboH5Project Euclid has implemented MathJax throughout its website.This includes math expressions in Table of Contents,in article titles,abstracts,and keywords,and in reference lists.

Euclid publishers have encoded their math expressions using different methods,and we have found some methods work better with MathJax than others.If you are a publisher,we have createdMathJax Best Practices for Publishersto help you achieve high-quality math rendering in yaboH5Project Euclid.

How do I know if MathJax is being used on a Euclid page?

MathJax button on publication pages

MathJax is enabled site wide,and on all pages you will see two new links in the right-hand sidebar,under the journal cover image: "Turn off MathJax" and "What is MathJax?"

Please note that not all yaboH5Project Euclid pages will have math expressions.同样的,even when a page contains a math expression,a publisher may have used techniques other than TeX or MathML to express math,such as in-line images,HTML coded characters (especially super- and sub-scripted characters),or special Unicode characters.MathJax will have no impact on these expressions.

Can I see the underlying TeX or MathML coding?

MathJax button on publication pages

Yes,to access the underlying TeX or MathML code,right-click on a math formula (if you are using Windows),or Control-click it (if you are using a Mac),and choose the format you want from the Format sub-menu.Then select the Show Source menu item to get a pop-up that allows you to copy the math source into another application.

Can I turn off MathJax?

MathJax button on publication pages

Yes,you can turn off MathJax by clicking the "Turn off MathJax" button in the right-hand sidebar,under the journal cover image.This will apply to your current session in Euclid.If you make this choice,you can also turn MathJax back on.

When MathJax is turned off,math expressions are rendered in various ways,depending on the underlying encoding and what browser you are using.

Note that on any particular page in Euclid not all math expressions may be using MathJax.So turning off MathJax may have no effect on the visual appearance of the math expressions on the page.

Where can I get help regarding MathJax?

TheMathJax websitehas useful information.Be sure to visit theMathJax Documentation pagesif you have questions 亚博KG百家乐about browser configuration,fonts,MathJax features, also provides anFAQ.

If you have any questions 亚博KG百家乐about yaboH5Project Euclid's implementation of MathJax,pleasecontact us.If you are a publisher,please seeMathJax Best Practices for Publishersfor advice on achieving high-quality math rendering in yaboH5Project Euclid.

MathML support

yaboH5Project Euclid supports the use of MathML in titles and abstracts via MathJax,a javascript display engine which is not browser dependent.See theMathJaxsection above for more information 亚博KG百家乐about MathJax and yaboH5Project Euclid.