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rtybase at 26-Sep-12 4:55am View
   
Overkill? It's a JS library (also works on my phone), which renders the formulas on the client side, here is an example: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/72942/non-increasing-sequence-of-positive-real-numbers-with-prime-index
 
Plus, for the editors, there are web tools which help with editing formulas, like http://www.codecogs.com/latex/eqneditor.php
rtybase at 25-Sep-12 4:50am View
   
Well, it's not really an answer. It's a possible answer, if we insist CodeProject to update their platform by referencing mathjax.org, because at the moment we can't do this and we won't be able to do this on our own (for various security reasons, allowing the users to add active JS code to the articles isn't a good idea).
rtybase at 24-Sep-12 9:39am View
   
Here is a possible way to address this:
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/13865/how-to-use-latex-on-blogspot
 
Basically, it is about adding a new JS reference to mathjax.org.

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