On Aug 4, 2010, at 6:24 AM, Bastien wrote:
Hi Dan,
Dan Davison davi...@stats.ox.ac.uk writes:
It's quite convenient already (see below), so what exactly would the
option involve? Can the javascript and fonts be located remotely?
From what I understand, no, the javascript and fonts have

Hi Dan,
Dan Davison davi...@stats.ox.ac.uk writes:
It's quite convenient already (see below), so what exactly would the
option involve? Can the javascript and fonts be located remotely?
From what I understand, no, the javascript and fonts have to be on the
server.
I just installed an

Hi Bastien,
Bastien bastien.gue...@wikimedia.fr writes:
Hi all,
I just discovered and tested MathJax:
http://www.mathjax.org
This is quite straightforward: unpack MathJax on your server (together
with the fonts zip) and it will display inline LaTeX maths in a webpage.
I thought it