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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
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displaying TeX in web app

First I tried to ask this question on stackoverflow but it looks like that it's TeX specific. I'm having a TeX file on server, and need to display it in web page. The first thing I was thinking about ...
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2answers
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conversion issues using htlatex and MathJax/mathML method

I am using the method shown in this answer below to convert my LaTeX file to HTML so that the resulting LaTeX file is processed by MathJax via MATHML: Convert Latex to MathJax-HTML "... mathml ...
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1answer
211 views

Prevent TeX4ht from inserting img in equation with \mathcal

When I use TeX4ht to produce MathML, it produces an image when I use \mathcal in the equation. The result is that MathJax complains that the code is not valid. Is there a way to fix this problem? ...
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1answer
442 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 ...
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7answers
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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. ...