This site is a showcase for using LatexRender for mathematics in WordPress

Using LaTeX in WordPress

WordPress 2

Wednesday 4th January 2006

Filed under: — Steve @ 5:28 pm

I have tested LatexRender in WordPress 2 and it works fine.

If you use the default visual rich editor (it can be turned off in Your Profile) when posting you won’t see a tex button but that would also be true for all the other WYSIWYG editors you can use.

See Plugin Compatibility for a list of plugins that work with WordPress 2.

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  1. hi dear friend.
    did you know that How I can write math formula directly in my weblog (that don`t contained W3C! and it is in persian language)
    please help me through my weblog.
    best regards
    milad

    Comment by milad — Sunday 29th January 2006 11:07 am #

  2. It depends on what your blog is. If it’s WordPress just download the WordPress plugin wp-latexrender.zip. If it’s another PHP program then adapt LatexRender to your system. Instructions are in the download.

    Comment by Steve — Sunday 29th January 2006 12:08 pm #

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