# MATHML or LATEX support

Jul 24, 2017

By
John D

I don't know how many other clients are users of MathJax or any other Accessible Math for Web product, but these products are very simple to implement and to use for displaying rich accessible math formulas.

I am hoping that Articulate can consider allowing for us to include references to JavaScript libraries and open things up to embedding more custom HTML in our content.

Opening things up would not only help for accessible math but would help the community to create more innovative applications of the product.

## 16 Replies

YES! Thank you for the suggestion. I, too, think that MathJax support would be amazingly helfpul!

Hey Amy,

Looks like you've reached out here as well and I just responded for anyone else following along.

Yes! Please! MathJax support is desperately needed. *Why* has this request been ignored for so many years?

Hi there, Joy. Support for mathematical equations is on our roadmap, but I don't have a timeline yet. We'll keep you posted here!

+1 on this feature request !

Should we start a thread somewhere to suggest ways to solve the problem ? I know the nice people at Wiris could help your developers team think this through http://www.wiris.com/en

Thanks for sharing that resource, Fabrice. We'll let you know when we add support for equations.

Was just searching the web for this badly needed capability. Glad to hear it may become a reality soon.

Same request here. No math support, no Articulate for me...

The ability to enable MathJax is key for us too!

Hi Crystal. Any update on this? We're currently building computer science modules that make extensive use of mathematical notation, and we're having to insert them as images, which makes for a terrible experience for any visually impaired students. Other course-building platforms we use can support notation, so it's frustrating that Rise still hasn't implemented this functionality – it seems people have been calling for its addition for at least three years now. Thanks!

Hi Gurbukshaw! Thanks for following up on this. Sorry, I don't have any updates for you at this time.

I'm relaying your feedback so our team knows how this has impacted you and your students. If we have an update for you or make any changes on how math equations work in Rise, we'll let you know here.

At least on Rise 360.

same

Any move on an

accessibleMath equation capability in RISE?Is anything being done on accessible maths for Rise or Storyline?