Advanced LaTeX plugin. Native LaTeX syntax. Allows custom preamble, TikZ and other packages. Zoom-independent visual quality (SVG).
It allows custom preamble with most packages available (even TiKz), and there are options for sitewide, pagewide or local implementation. It is simply like writing LaTeX on the internet. Many mathematicians crave the ability to put mathematics online without kneecapping the page loading speed, or having someone else decide what packages you can use, or running your files through a LaTeX-->HTML converter. With further developments in the pipeline, this could become the de facto way of writing equations on WordPress.
The only one so far which has everything I needed. And renders equations better that any other latex plugin.
Easy to use and perfect rendering.
This plugin is awesome. It does understand latex code. Moreover, it creates vector graphics rather than bitmap, which is a useful feature.
For many years I had a wish: to write my own math notes on the web. And this wish come true. Best LaTeX plugin. Deep respect and gratitude to the authors.
I tried Beautiful Math in JetPack and MathTex Equation Editor prior to QuickLaTeX. They both had aggravating bugs, wouldn't display the simplest equations properly, and only inserted .png images of your equations (which looks pretty cheesy). QuickLaTeX works beautifully, has many advanced formatting features, is well documented, and inserts .svg graphics which scale perfectly and look elegant at any zoom. I use http://www.hostmath.com/ to build my LaTeX strings, drop them into my blog, and QuickLaTeX renders them perfectly. Highly recommended!
this is the most powerful latex plugin i ever seen in wp~!
This one seemed to work best.
1. Allows you to load LaTeX only when you need / want it.
2. Allows you to load multiple packages
3. Plugin author has excellent support
This is the most impressive LaTeX plugin I have seen. Congrats!
A small suggestion. Please publish some info for other plugin developers about applying your filters. We had to dig a little bit (with the help of a customer) until we found that we had to add quicklatex_parser to our quiz plugin filters. It seems that [latexpage] isn't true shortcode.
This is exactly what I needed to create good looking electrical diagrams/schematics and digital timing diagrams on my WordPress powered website! (http://www.cladlab.com).
If you want some examples of what this plugin can do, check out this page http://cladlab.com/electronics/components/comparators .
I've also started writing a basic QuickLatex/TikZ tutorial at http://cladlab.com/programming/languages/tex/tikz-and-pgf-tutorial.
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