verion logs:
ver 3.4.10 revert the change in ver 3.4.8.
ver 3.4.7 make the space around inline formula to be optional. It’s closed by default. But I recommend turn on it on Chinese blog.
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:
\(\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma\)
or $$\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma$$
add an inline formula\[\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma\]
or $$!\alpha+\beta\geq\gamma$$
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 !
before \)
or \]
.This plugin provides (and recommend) you a choice to use MathJax to display formula in your blog. MathJax is an open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all modern browsers. It uses modern CSS and web fonts, instead of equation images or Flash, so equations scale with surrounding text at all zoom levels. I would say that MathJax turns the previous ugly mathematics fourmula on web into arts. You can check it in mathjax.org or zhiqiang.org.
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.
However, MathJax is not perfect. It’s somewhat slow to load in the first time; It requires the users turn on their browsers’ JavaScript; The fourmula don’t work on Google Reader. To complement this, The plugin also uses the LaTeX image service to generate images for your mathematical fourmula. In the case of the MathJax was not loading, the plugin displays the images instead. So it provide seamless solution to display mathematical formula of your posts everywhere.
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
LaTeX
fold to the /wp-content/plugins/
directoryLaTeX for WordPress
through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress/wp-content/plugins/LaTeX/cache
should be writable by your webserver (chmod 777 will do the trick).In most cases, you don’t need any more configurations. However, you have lots of choices in the setting page of this plugin if you like.
In the setting page, you can choose or customize the LaTeX image server and the MathJax server, or you can turn off the MathJax if you don’t like the slow MathJax.
As I known, MimeTex is the easiest one to build up:
http://www.forkosh.com/mimetex.html
. change the file name to mimetex.cgi
or mimetex.exe
(the postfix depend on your system). Upload it to your /cgi-bin/
diretory, make it executable by your webserver(chmod 777 will do the trick).http://yourdomain/cgi-bin/mimtex.cgi?\alpha\geq\beta
to make sure it works.var $server
to appropriate one like var $server = "http://yourdomain/cgi-bin/mimetex.cgi?";
$img_format
to corresponded image type your service generated. As in the case of MimeTex, the generated type is gif
.When the generated images are transparent, they are fit to any background. Otherwise, you need to use a LaTeX image service which supports custom background and foreground color. http://l.wordpress.com/LaTeX.php?bg=ffffff&fg=000000&LaTeX=
is a good candidate. The bg parameter defines background color and fg parameter defines foreground color, you can customize them to any RGB colors.
Easy WP LaTeX provides a very easy way to display equations or mathematical formulas (typed in as TeX or LaTeX code) in your posts. It lets you customize colors and sizes of your equations to match your blog theme.
If you would like to see this plugin action, visit this physics post. You can even play with its admin interface at the live demo site.
Most LaTeX/equation plugins I have seen suffer from a few drawbacks.
My plugin aims to be flexible, and easy to install (no geeky code editing etc.). It is now available in your own language using machine translation curtsey of Google and Microsoft.
This release is the freely distributed version of Easy WP LaTeX. It is fully functional. But the Pro Version gives you more features and benefits.
New features and bug fixes will first appear in the Pro version before being ported to this freely distributed edition.
The easiest way to install this plugin is to use the WordPress Admin interface. Go to your admin dashboard, find the “Plugins” menu, and click on “Add New”. Search for this plugin and click on “Install Now” and follow the WordPress instructions.
If you want to download it and manually install, you can again use the WordPress dashboard interface. First download the plugin zip file to your local computer. Then go to your admin dashboard, find the “Plugins” menu, and click on “Add New”. After clicking on the “Add New” menu item as above, click on “Upload” (below the title “Install Plugins” near the top). Browse for your downloaded zip file, upload it and activate the plugin.
The easiest way to install this plugin is to use the WordPress Admin interface. Go to your admin dashboard, find the “Plugins” menu, and click on “Add New”. Search for this plugin and click on “Install Now” and follow the WordPress instructions.
If you want to download it and manually install, you can again use the WordPress dashboard interface. First download the plugin zip file to your local computer. Then go to your admin dashboard, find the “Plugins” menu, and click on “Add New”. After clicking on the “Add New” menu item as above, click on “Upload” (below the title “Install Plugins” near the top). Browse for your downloaded zip file, upload it and activate the plugin.
Two possible reasons.
Insert LaTeX formulas in your posts.
Just type [latex size=0 color=000000 background=ffffff]\\displaystyle f_{rec} = \\frac{c+v_{mobile}}{c} f_{em}[/latex] in your post to show the LaTeX formula.
You can configure:
Plugin developped from the orginal plugin WP-LaTeX.
This plugin is under GPL licence.
This plugin is compatible with multisite installation.
This plugin uses the SL framework. This framework eases the creation of new plugins by providing tools and frames (see dev-toolbox plugin for more info).
You may easily translate the text of the plugin and submit it to the developer, send a feedback, or choose the location of the plugin in the admin panel.
Have fun !
Visit http://www.sedlex.fr/cote_geek/
InfoVersion:56ce25956fc5cea4079ade51266492a3cf1c649b
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.
Best is to install directly from WordPress.
Manual installation is simple if required. Only 2 steps:
/wp-content/plugins/
directoryThat’s it! You now can use math on your site!
Best is to install directly from WordPress.
Manual installation is simple if required. Only 2 steps:
/wp-content/plugins/
directoryThat’s it! You now can use math on your site!
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.
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.
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}
.
Open an issue at plugin GitHub repository.
First version
]]>Ever noticed that when you try to upload a .tex
file to your WordPress blog, it’s mysteriously blocked? This plugin simply allows for LaTeX file uploading.
In particular, it supports the .tex
, .latex
, .ps
, and .dvi
extensions. .pdf
is already supported by the WordPress core.
This plugin is a component of the MIT Educational Collaboration Space project at the MIT Department of Mathematics.
Plugin for adding latex code like [tex]\alpha[/tex] to a post.
Feel free to send me any comments and suggestions.
idienstlers-latex-code.zip
to the /wp-content/plugins/
directoryWP MathJax is another simple wordpress plugin for MathJax. WP MathJax will add MathJax.js to the header and footer of the page. MathJax.js will be loaded from MathJax CDN. The MathJax configuration can be changed from Plugin’s setting page such as different rendering configuration, delayStartupUntil and so on.
=1.0.2=
Local MathJax Library is removed according to the very large file size.
=1.0.1=
Full uploaded local MathJax Library
=1.0.0=
Initial Release