This plugin provide an easy and elegant solution to add and display your mathematical fourmula.
ver 3.4.6 Add a space around the inline formula.
ver 3.4: Now you can turn off displaying formula as images. Use this when your server has problem to fetch LaTeX images.
ver 3.3: Fix the bug to display LaTeX source code.
ver 3.2: Load MathJax only when needed.
ver 3.0: Using MathJax and Images to display LaTeX formula.
Using MathJax and images, this plugin provides a general and elegant solution to add and display your mathematical fourmula, no matter the visitors are visiting your blog or read from Google Reader.
You can type the formula in LaTeX, in title, posts, pages and comments:
$$\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma$$add an inline formula
$$!\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma$$add an LaTeX equation in math mode(it will be displayed centerly in a single line).
\(\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma!\)display the source of the LaTeX formula. Just add a
The plugin uses copy of Mathjax from their CDN Service by default, you can also install your own MathJax. It's easy, just following the link in the setting page of this plugin.
There are lots of websites provide such services, for example, wordpress.com and Google Charts. The plugin provide four candidates for you, and you can choose any of them or customize it to use your own LaTeX image generating service.
Other features are added in version 3.2+:
Chinese document: http://zhiqiang.org/blog/it/LaTeX-for-wordpress.html
Requires: 3.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-1-17
0 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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