# Simple Mathjax

## Description

This wordpress plugin is yet another simple plugin to load the MathJax scripts at the bottom of all of your pages. It uses a very all-inclusive mathjax configuration by default, with $’s and$\$’s the default delimeters for in-line and displayed equations.

A preference pane is added to the “Settings” group where you can choose whether to use MathJax version 2 or 3, change the MathJax server location (CDN) and the MathJax configuration settings. (See this page for details on the options available.)
You can also specify a LaTeX “preamble” of newcommands which will be loaded in a hidden element near the top of each page.

Fork this plugin on GitHub.

## Installation

Nothing unusual here!

## Reviews

### Works just fine

January 8, 2020
For equations that are inline or in separate paragraphs, it worked like a charm. The formatting doesn't show up in editing mode, just on the published page. I didn't use it for anything more complicated, so I'm only giving it 4 stars as things can get a lot more complicated than this, and on that I can't say how it works.

### Fantastic!

December 13, 2019
Very useful and simple to use.

### Indispensible

March 15, 2018
Simple MathJax makes it possible for me to write maths more efficiently than anything else I've ever used online. Smashing.

### Version 0.6 better than 0.3

October 11, 2016
Version 0.3 didn't do HTTPS but 0.6 does. Great!

## Contributors & Developers

“Simple Mathjax” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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### Interested in development?

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## Changelog

#### 2.0

MathJax 3 support, and the default config makes MathJax ignore the new block editor.

#### 1.0

send default url to new cdn

#### 0.5

minor code cleanup, allow mathjax in admin screens

#### 0.4

use safe mode (prevents evil scripts) by default

#### 0.3

use wp_enqueue_script to allow others to use mathjax as a dependency (christianp). removed disqus compatibility due to reports of it no longer working.

#### 0.2

added disqus compatibility. enclosed the preamble in a hidden span to
cover a small space created by mathjax v.2