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10 to the power of x is not position at the top
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Posted by teacheradvisor  · 13-02-2019 - 23:32


Some HTML files contain math expressions like 10<span style="vertical-align: super;font-size:50%;">x+z</span> which is displayed fine on Chrome.

But, when converting the file to Word, the x+y power is displayed (position) on the same line as the number ten instead of verticaly aligned to the top of the line.

Is there a right way to write it so the generated Word document position the power right?

Please advise,


Posted by teacheradvisor  · 14-02-2019 - 12:21

The HTML files are generated by MaxJax (, which uses CSS to position math expressions such as power.

That include CSS properties: position, top, left, and vertical-align.

Looks like "top" and "left" properties are not supported by phpdocx. Any plan to support them?



Posted by admin  · 14-02-2019 - 12:28


We have moved the request to the dev team to add support.