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I personally prefer xhtml output from tex4ht because default option leaves <p> elemensts unclosed: </head><body > <!--l. 3--><p class="noindent" >Hello world </body></html> vs xhtml: </head><body > <!--l. 3 --><p class="noindent">Hello world </p> </body></html> ...


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TeX and MathJax are not clairvoyant. If you tell them to typeset one fraction, they happily comply. But one fraction will have just one fraction line. Your formula should be typeset as three separated fractions: \frac{1}{2} \frac{eV}{md} \frac{x^{2}}{v^{2}} or, maybe better, \frac{1}{2} \, \frac{eV}{md} \, \frac{x^{2}}{v^{2}} (spaces are optional, but ...


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Similar to MathJax there is the more recent KaTex


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I'd recommend Pandoc for converting LaTeX to HTML with good math support. From the front page: Several different methods of rendering math in HTML are provided, including MathJax and translation to MathML. Also, check out pdf2htmlEX for very nice (pretty much 1:1) conversion of PDF output to HTML.



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