Dear Thorsten Rinne / Development Team
Before HTML5 there were three methods to include references to SVG graphics in (X)HTML code (depending on the browser and on other variables).
However, the resulting HTML code in the displayed page wasn't functional (or had rendering problems) – it was automatically embedded as “Flash instructions".
The use of phpMyFAQ for mathematical (chemistry,etc) expressions in dedicated (or not) sites would be relevant (in our opinion).
There are plug-ins for inserting/creating those kind of expressions (and graphics) directly in a browser  using SVG.
Are you planning to adopt full SVG support in phpMyFAQ?
Note: we are talking about mathematical (etc) expressions rendered in SVG – not by using the standard MathML 
-  Examples:
•SVG-edit by “MrBont” - [http://code.google.com/p/svg-edit/ ]
Also works as a package's component.
“User Info for MrBont :: Add-ons for Firefox. [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo ... 0/?src=api ]. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
• [David Lippman]. . ImathAS. [http://www.imathas.com/ ]. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
• [David Lippman]. Math/Graph TinyMCE Demo. [http://www.imathas.com/editordemo/demo.html ]
 There is a plug-in for Firefox that allows inserting MathML notation using that browser:
Firemath [http://www.firemath.info/ ]. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
- • Daniel K. Schneider. 2012-04-24. Using SVG with HTML5 tutorial - EduTech Wiki. [http://edutechwiki.unige.ch/en/Using_SV ... 5_tutorial ]. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
• Peter Jipsen. [February 2012]. ASCIIMathML: Math on the web for everyone. [view-source:http://www1.cchapman.edu/~jipsen/mathml/asciimath.html ]. Retrieved 2012-11-02.
Please notice that
the software and other resources referred are based in our experiments: we don't officially recommend and/or endorse them.