MathJax is is an open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all modern browsers. It allows LaTeX commands as input which are then rendered similar to the way LaTeX itself does it. Note that questions dealing with installation of MathJax, how it works, or rendering problems ...

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MathJax - how to render equations in “title” atribute? [closed]

Is it possible to force MathJax to render equations that are in title attribute of img or other element ? e.g. <img src="xx.png title =" $$ \frac {3}{4}} $$ "> now it don't work. Page ...
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math.SE-compatible LaTeX for diagrams with non-horizontal “decorated” arrows?

I'm looking for LaTeX directives that I can use in posts to math.SE to make category-theory-style diagrams that use non-horizontal (vertical, slanted, curved) arrows, both "plain" (i.e. the ...
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Mathjax inline mode not rendering

In wordpress, I appended the Mathjax CDN to my header file. The inline equations do not render while the display-mode equations seem fine. An example: I have experience with Mathjax on another CMS ...
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Text Mode Macros with MathJax

I find here that MathJax supports only math-mode macros (such as \sqrt{}) and not text-mode macros (such as \begin{align}). I am currently building a small wiki that will host mathematics articles, ...
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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 ...
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Comparing MathJax and MathML

My organisation needs to update its website, which, in particular, will host a number of blogs and wikis on mathematics-related themes. We need to use some way of rendering of LaTeX on our web pages. ...
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What parsers for (La)TeX mathematics exist outside of the TeX engines?

Inspired by the author's motivation for asking Is there a BNF grammar of tex language. Are there any well done libraries that can parse some subset of TeX mathematics independently of the TeX engine? ...