How to return the edited formula to a PHP page?

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How to return the edited formula to a PHP page?

Postby Tamas » Mon Apr 13, 2009 22:24 UTC

Hi!

Is there any way to integrate this FireMath editor into a PHP page?
For example i click edit on my PHP page, then this FireMath extension comes up, and when
i am ready with editing the formula, it returns the formula to my PHP page, where i can view it.
Tamas
 

Re: How to return the edited formula to a PHP page?

Postby firemath » Tue Apr 14, 2009 12:12 UTC

You can do the following:
Have Firemath running in your Firefox browser. Once you created your equation, choose
Edit->Copy MathML
from the menubar. Now, you can paste the MathML code into your PHP editor.
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Re: How to return the edited formula to a PHP page?

Postby Tamas » Mon May 11, 2009 10:49 UTC

That's ok.
But i want to integrate somehow into my application.
Today i tried to create a button to start the FireMath in a tab next to my page:

<input type="button" onclick="window.open('chrome://firemath/content/firemath.xul');return false;" value="FireMath" />

But if an URL begins with chrome, it won't open :(
With a http page it works.
Tamas
 

Re: How to return the edited formula to a PHP page?

Postby asmodai » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:16 UTC

I am not sure if you can integrate normal webpages with Firefox special chrome:// URLs.
asmodai
 

Re: How to return the edited formula to a PHP page?

Postby anderson » Mon Nov 02, 2009 01:18 UTC

Good night.

I did to try under "orkut" with no result. Not the formule but the codig did to appear. Anyone out there can help to use this wonderful source under orkut and another forms?

Thanks
anderson
 


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