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The Mozilla Editor may eventually include support for MathML editing.

TtM has essentially all of the capabilities of the highly acclaimed TeX to HTML translator TtHgold, Chemical equation since it derives from the same code base. It supports all the complexities of TeX except for some features that don't translate readily into HTML. In most cases, TeX and Latex documents that conform to the appropriate standards will translate immediately.

WebEQ is a collection of programs and Java programming libraries dealing with all aspects of publishing math on the Web. It includes software for document authoring and conversion, static and interactive display of math in web browsers, Ufology mathematical server applications like online testing and conferencing systems, and custom MathML-aware Java applets and applications. The flexibility of the WebEQ tools stems from the fact that WebEQ is based on MathML. There are four main WebEQ programs: the java applet Math Viewer, the Equation Editor, the Wizard, and the Wizard server. An author first creates an ordinary HTML document. Mathematical expressions can be built up graphically with the WebEQ Editor and then pasted into the HTML source, or they can be typed in by hand in WebTeX, a simplified Latex-like language. The second step is to process the HTML file with the Wizard which generates a new HTML file containing applet tags which will invoke the Math Viewer.