MathJax is a de facto standard for allowing high-quality typeset matematical formulas on the web, using LaTeX markup.
This plugin allows you to have live rendering of MathJax in the blog preview area when you are writing blog posts with mathematical content.
Thus plugin requires the Rainlab.Blog plugin.
You still need to configurate MathJax in the frontend layout for your theme to get rendering of mathematical formulas in the frontend. Typically, you want to add something like
in your layout file, possibly together with some extra configuration. See the MathJax web site for more details.
For an even better experience, it is strongly encouraged that you also install the Mossadal.ExtendMarkdown plugin. (Otherwise the builtin Markdown interpreter will often interfere with MathJax markup.)
These plugin(s) are required for the plugin:
controller, making sure MathJax is loaded on the relevant backend pages.
To provide live rendering in the blog preview pane, a jQuery function provides
textarea.keyup event handler. To prevent unneccesary flickering, the event
handler fires once the user hasn't entered any input for 2 seconds.
When the event handler fires, MathJax is asked to typeset the text in the preview pane.
This plugin has not been reviewed yet.
Updated CDN provider
Sep 25, 2017
First version of MathJax
Jan 18, 2015