Description
Add math support for your site. Insert block/inline formulas in your text with useful and fancy modal. Watch and monitor rendered math in process of typing formula. Change formula color.
Features
 Math support on both frontend and admin panel
 Useful and fancy modal for inserting and editing math in posts
 Insert both block and inline math
 Changing formula color
 Set ID and classes for formula
 Automatic highlighting math in visual editor
 Adding xscrollbar to block math if browser viewport is smaller then formula
Screenshots
Installation
Best is to install directly from WordPress.
Manual installation is simple if required. Only 2 steps:
 Upload the entire ‘insertmath’ folder from downloaded archive to the
/wpcontent/plugins/
directory  Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
That’s it! You now can use math on your site!
FAQ
 Installation Instructions

Best is to install directly from WordPress.
Manual installation is simple if required. Only 2 steps:
 Upload the entire ‘insertmath’ folder from downloaded archive to the
/wpcontent/plugins/
directory  Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
That’s it! You now can use math on your site!
 Upload the entire ‘insertmath’ folder from downloaded archive to the
 Why do I see LaTeX math in first second when page is loading?

You see LaTeX math in first second because math renderer is loading. When it fully loads all LaTeX math on the page will be automatically converted to normal math.
 Which library do you use to add math support?

Plugin is using MathJax library. It was created long ago (in 2009) and it has support for most of the browsers. All redundant extensions are removed in order to speed up loading.
 How to set a color for a part of formula?

You can set a color for a part of formula by wrapping this part with
\color{color}{text}
LaTeX command. Everything inside{text}
will have a color specified in{color}
. Example:\color{red}{a^2}=\color{blue}{b^2}+\color{green}{c^2}
.  I have a problem/idea. Who should I talk with?

Open an issue at plugin GitHub repository.
Contributors & Developers
“Insert math” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
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Changelog
2.0
 Selected in visual editor formula automatically change its highlighting color
 Added an ability to set formula color
 Added an ability to set an ID for formula
 Added an ability to set classes for formula
1.0
First version