5
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1answer
160 views

Converting LaTeX to HTML but keeping equations as LaTeX

I'm using tex4ht for conversion of heavily maths loaded LaTeX files into HTML to be able to serve them in a web app. Can successfully convert all equations to MathML and jsMath. But as equations are ...
2
votes
0answers
42 views

Article with mathjax to latex document

I write articles in my site, and use mathjax, \( and \) for inline mode and $$ and $$ for display mode. I want to move some articles to latex document. What is the simple way to do it?
4
votes
1answer
119 views

Are there efforts to develop a standard for (La)TeX-like math syntax?

One of the reasons many people in technical disciplines start using LaTeX in the first place is for the ease of typesetting mathematical formulas with it. In some circles, LaTeX-like syntax has become ...
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1answer
3k views

Convert Latex to MathJax-HTML

Is there any tool that can convert Latex documents to HTML documents, so that all math is presented with MathJax? (Obviously, it is fairly easy to hack together a quick Perl script that is able to do ...
1
vote
1answer
445 views

Creating mathjax-style documents

Is there any software, website, etc. that renders a document as if MathJax were being used, but in such a way that the output can be read by someone who is not using MathJax? (Perhaps the equations ...
7
votes
3answers
429 views

zero-installation LaTeX-ish math for casual users?

I teach physics at a community college, often to biology majors who are not math or computer geeks. For certain assignments, I require them to type up materials that include math. A typical ...
8
votes
4answers
2k views

Are there any server-side LaTeX to HTML-CSS converters?

I'm looking for something equivalent to MathJax, but that does the conversion(s) from MathML or LaTeX to HTML-CSS on the server backend as my site is rendering the page, rather than relying on ...