My math notes have a bunch of align environments (proofs) and I hope to post them on the Web.

Currently I'm thinking about using pandoc to convert tex to markdown, then use jekyll to build my site. However, from the pandoc demo it is hard to gauge how well the translation is done.

I'm also open to any other solution about posting math tex notes on the Web.

  • MathJax (a javascript library) can be used to render some LaTeX math on the web. The demo is here (click). – kiss my armpit Oct 13 '14 at 22:15
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    you can also use tex4ht. it can be configured to use mathjax for math rendering on the web. it can be also configured to produce html suitable for producing with jekyll, see github.com/michal-h21/michal-h21.github.com/blob/master/… and generated html: github.com/michal-h21/michal-h21.github.com/blob/master/_posts/… – michal.h21 Oct 13 '14 at 22:25
  • @michal.h21 Your example is promising but does not have a lot of math. Do you have experience with this? – Heisenberg Oct 13 '14 at 22:35
  • tex4ht and latexml can both convert a lot of documents including math, this question has been asked several times on this site, I'll dig out some links – David Carlisle Oct 13 '14 at 22:37
  • yes, try to search this site for tex4ht mathjax. there are two possible options, to convert math to mathml and use mathjax just to display math without mathml support, or keep math as LaTeX and use mathjax to display it in all browsers. maybe you could add some example document to your question, so we can see which features you need. and as David said, similar question has been asked in the past, but none of the were about format suitable ffor jekyll, afaik – michal.h21 Oct 13 '14 at 22:42

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