Michael Rose
by Michael Rose
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MathJax is a simple, yet powerful, way of including Tex/LaTex/MathML based mathematics in HTML webpages.


To enable MathJax support configure your _config.xml to:

  • Set kramdown as the Markdown parser.
  • Enable MathJax.

The version of MathJax enabled is v3.

An example setting for _config.xml is shown below:

markdown: kramdown
  enable: true
  combo: "tex-svg"
  tags: "ams"

Use $$ as delimiters to enable TeX math mode, both for inline and display (i.e. block) rendering.

Here is an example equation that is inline: , where , , and are variables.

Here is a block rendering with no default equation numbering:

And, below is a block using the \begin{equation} and \end{equation} LaTeX delimiters. This equation will be numbered in the ams and all setting for mathjax.tags.

If equation numbering is turned on, we should see an equation number here: .

An example using the {align} LaTeX environment is below. The first equation has a \notag directive.