# Difference between revisions of "HowTos:Add TeX to your webpage"

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− | This HowTo provides basic instructions on how to add TeX based formulas to your webpages located on the math webserver by using | + | This HowTo provides basic instructions on how to add TeX based formulas to your webpages located on the math webserver by using MathJax. |

== Introduction == | == Introduction == | ||

− | The main math webserver as well as the cgi webserver have the | + | The main math webserver as well as the cgi webserver have the MathJax package installed on them and you can very easily use it to add TeX based formulas/text to your webpages hosted on math webservers. |

− | + | MathJax is a javascript based software that can interpret TeX/LaTeX formulas embedded in your webpage and replace them with fonts and images to make them look as close as possible to the TeX/LaTeX output. You can find extensive information about MathJax on [http://www.mathjax.org MathJax homepage]. Here we will just suggest a few quick ways to use it, for more extensive information check jsMath website. | |

== Quick Start == | == Quick Start == | ||

To get started insert the following html code somewhere in the <head> section of your webpage: | To get started insert the following html code somewhere in the <head> section of your webpage: | ||

− | + | <SCRIPT SRC="/mathjax/MathJax.js"> | |

− | + | MathJax.Hub.Config({ | |

− | + | extensions: ["tex2jax.js","TeX/AMSmath.js","TeX/AMSsymbols.js"], | |

− | + | jax: ["input/TeX","output/HTML-CSS"], | |

− | + | tex2jax: {inlineMath: [["$","$"],["\\(","\\)"]], processEscapes: true} | |

− | + | }); | |

− | + | </SCRIPT> | |

− | + | This code will make sure MathJax is loaded if and only if you use LaTeX style formulas somewhere in the body of your document. That means that the following text: | |

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\( f(\alpha) = x+\beta \) | \( f(\alpha) = x+\beta \) | ||

will get translated into inline formula as in: \( f(\alpha)=x+\beta \) - note how there is a small delay before the text gets converted into formulas. For displayed equations you can do: | will get translated into inline formula as in: \( f(\alpha)=x+\beta \) - note how there is a small delay before the text gets converted into formulas. For displayed equations you can do: | ||

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which gets translated like this: \[ \int_\alpha^\beta x = \mathbb{A} \] | which gets translated like this: \[ \int_\alpha^\beta x = \mathbb{A} \] | ||

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## Latest revision as of 07:47, 28 July 2011

This HowTo provides basic instructions on how to add TeX based formulas to your webpages located on the math webserver by using MathJax.

## Introduction

The main math webserver as well as the cgi webserver have the MathJax package installed on them and you can very easily use it to add TeX based formulas/text to your webpages hosted on math webservers.

MathJax is a javascript based software that can interpret TeX/LaTeX formulas embedded in your webpage and replace them with fonts and images to make them look as close as possible to the TeX/LaTeX output. You can find extensive information about MathJax on MathJax homepage. Here we will just suggest a few quick ways to use it, for more extensive information check jsMath website.

## Quick Start

To get started insert the following html code somewhere in the <head> section of your webpage:

<SCRIPT SRC="/mathjax/MathJax.js"> MathJax.Hub.Config({ extensions: ["tex2jax.js","TeX/AMSmath.js","TeX/AMSsymbols.js"], jax: ["input/TeX","output/HTML-CSS"], tex2jax: {inlineMath: [["$","$"],["\\(","\\)"]], processEscapes: true} }); </SCRIPT>

This code will make sure MathJax is loaded if and only if you use LaTeX style formulas somewhere in the body of your document. That means that the following text:

\( f(\alpha) = x+\beta \)

will get translated into inline formula as in: \( f(\alpha)=x+\beta \) - note how there is a small delay before the text gets converted into formulas. For displayed equations you can do:

\[ \int_alpha^\beta x = \mathbb{A} \]

which gets translated like this: \[ \int_\alpha^\beta x = \mathbb{A} \]

## More Information

To see more information on how to tweak and use MathJax please refer to their website, in particular the configuration webpage.