9 | | [http://www.mathml-association.org/MathMLinHTML5/S3.html#F1 The general box model for MathML renderers] is available on the MathML in HTML5 note where you can also find other rules specific to each element. During this first step, we do not always follow completely the layout suggested in that note. Also for now, we ignore the distinction between ink VS logical metrics as well as classical CSS features like margin, padding, border, absolute position, vertical layout or linebreaking. However we do pay attention to right-to-left rendering of mathematical formulas. |

| 9 | [http://www.mathml-association.org/MathMLinHTML5/S3.html#F1 The general box model for MathML renderers] is available on the MathML in HTML5 note where you can also find other rules specific to each element. Note that these rules strongly relies on TeX / OpenType MATH and so math rendering requires [http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/MathML/Fonts appropriate fonts] to look good. During this first step, we do not always follow completely the layout suggested in that note. Also for now, we ignore the distinction between ink VS logical metrics as well as classical CSS features like margin, padding, border, absolute position, vertical layout or linebreaking. However we do pay attention to right-to-left rendering of mathematical formulas. |