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 ...

learn more… | top users | synonyms

25
votes
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 ...
8
votes
2answers
2k views

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? ...
3
votes
1answer
315 views

Which renderer will be the right one for displaying LaTeX math expression on the web browser?

Sorry in advance if this is an old topic, but I am new to this so I wasn't sure what to search for: I am trying to create a dynamic equation displayed in LaTeX on my website, and I am not sure what ...
5
votes
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 ...
7
votes
3answers
428 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 ...