With Typefi, you can export equations to PDF, HTML, EPUB (and more!), without sacrificing design quality or accessibility. Working with equations in Typefi isn't hard, but it does impact a number of components within your workflows and requires some forethought as to how you author equations and whether you format your equations in MathML or as equation images (MathType).
If you're creating content in Typefi Writer, you can author your equations with WIRIS MathType or MathML. For more information, see Author equations in Typefi Writer. TIP If you are authoring XML directly, you can also edit the MathML directly.
If you're working with equations in Typefi Designer, you can use either MathML or equation images. (We recommend using MathML.) For more information, see Equations in Typefi Designer.
The final output
To transform your content from Typefi Writer (or any other type of structured writing) to the final output (for example, an accessible PDF), use Typefi Server to build your workflow. For example, here's how you can set up a MathML-enabled workflow.
For a one-stop resource for all things related to Typefi and equations, see Typefi and equations index.
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