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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XY-Jax on a website [closed]

I saw examples of XY-Jax, for instance here, and I very much want to have a website in which incorporates it, enabling me to make such diagrams. My question is very basic: What are the steps I need ...
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LaTeX/MathJax in Google sites help [closed]

Could someone provide me step by step procedure on how to include TeX equation in my Google site? I am not familiar with the technicalities of HTML or web-browsers and so on. I found this website with ...
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Leave math content alone with tex4ht for MathJax [duplicate]

This question and answer explain how one could use tex4ht to convert tex to html with MathJax reading the math. One (of several) problem(s) I am having is that my document uses \cancel from the cancel ...
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Does MathJax cache SVG content? [closed]

I have extracted LaTeX content from .tex file, that I put on the website and choose SVG as output, because it provides the smallest possible size so I consider that It will be the best choise also ...
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MathJax doesn't convert \bf [closed]

here is my JS part <script type="text/x-mathjax-config"> MathJax.Hub.Config({ displayAlign: "center", extensions: ["tex2jax.js"], menuSettings: { zoom: "Click", ...
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MathJax won't render 'bold' faces [closed]

I recently implemented LaTeX on my website. I'm displaying my equations using MathJax. I have a problem displaying bold faces. This is my latex syntax: [latex] \text{{\bf 1 calorie} = amount of ...
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How can I improve this MathJaX code? [closed]

I'm new to MathJaX. Quite new. I was simply wondering how I could improve the following code. Let the value of $\color{black}{x}$ be $\color{black}{3}$, and the value of $\color{black}{y}$ be 5. This ...
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ASCII characters used in plaintext representation of TeX [closed]

I'm writing a parser/transformer thingie that accepts valid LaTeX, and emits valid LaTeX. Is there a list of ASCII characters that are allowed in TeX math mode? Or is any character fair game? ...
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MathJax: How to change font in equation mode? [closed]

MathML still effectively uses Computer Modern whenever you want to render an equation. On a website, if I use MathJax $\sum_{i=0}^n {n \choose i} D(i)$ gets converted into: <math ...
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Lines in matrices don't work in mathjax [closed]

Mathjax and latex don't produce the same result: Code: \begin{array}{c|c} \lambda & b^* \\ \hline 0 & B \\ \end{array} \right) Latex: Mathjax: Would there be a trick so ...
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Typesetting actuarial term-certain symbol in pure TeX/MathJax [closed]

I have used the following code for a while to typeset the acturial symbol for a term certain, which is the half-box symbol around the n in this image: Link to Wikipedia example image Link to page ...
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How to avoid a continuous fraction line going through the equals sign in MathJaX? [closed]

When I use Math.SE, and I type a equation such as: I get this continuous line. Is there a way to avoid this?
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How to perform an action once Mathjax loaded completely? [closed]

I'm developing an online exam application.The questions contain just text or equations or both text and equations. The equations are displayed using Mathjax.There is a timer on the page. I want to ...
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More basic versions of \prescript [closed]

Sometimes I want to put a subscript or superscript to the left of an argument. In LaTeX documents, I have used the \prescript command from the mathtools package, as described here. But Mathjax does ...
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use a “+” or “-” by itself without terms

I want to typeset an I with a subscripted "+" sign. How can I do this? I know there's a trick to tell TeX that there are no operands, but I can't remember what it is, and I can't seem to search for it ...
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Changing overbrace width in mathjax? [closed]

The following code A_1, A_2,\underbrace{A_3,\overbrace{A_4}^{\text{over}}, A_5}_{\text{under}}, A_6, A_7 yields How can I change it to get:
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Mathjax can't render some of LaTeX basic commands [closed]

Sorry this is probably a very silly question as I'm too new to LaTeX. Mathjax has issues rendering basic LaTeX commands like /xspace and /ensuremath There are some custom macros in my LaTeX files, ...
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MathJax and Latex Syntax Checker - Copy and Paste Code

Please pardon me if this is be a duplicate which I would be fain to delete. Please feel free to edit this post and tags. I'm seeking a syntax checker (preferably free) for Latex and MathJax and etc, ...
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How to type this math symbol? [duplicate]

I've got to type this symbol in my article. I've searched through Internet but haven't seen anything about how to write it in TeX command. It is perhaps rarely seen or used. But I really need to use ...
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How do I encircle text? Like make a circle around it? [closed]

I would like to know how make a circle and then insert text. There has to be a way.. right?
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inlineMath \$…\$ not working but default \(…\) does [closed]

I am having issues getting a custom inlineMath format to work. I have included the MathJax CDN and then using the in-line configuration options. I can get all of the default formats to work $$...$$, ...
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Writing subscript in Mathjax? [migrated]

I want to type this . I have tried like this $$\lambda=\frac{0.693}{t_\frac{1}{2}}$$ Also, $$\lambda=\frac{0.693}{{t}_\frac{1}{2}}$$ Also, $$\lambda=\frac{0.693}{t_{\frac{1}{2}}}$$ But it ...