WP MathJax displays mathematical notation in web browsers, using MathML, LaTeX and ASCIIMath markup on WordPress by using MathJax.js.
WP MathJax is smart enough that loads mathjax.js only when your posts contain mathjax syntax, by detecting the use of shortcode and block. So it will not be loaded on your website everywhere.
If you are not using Guteberg editor and looking for a Markdown editor supporting MathJax, you can also check out my WordPress plugin called the WP Githuber MD, which provides a variety of features not just MathJax, it is worth to try.
WP MathJax, Copyright 2020 TerryL.in
WP MathJax is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL
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This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
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This plugin provides 2 blocks.
- WP MathJax
- WP MathJax
- Upload the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/wp-mathjaxdirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
- Go to the WP MathJax menu in Settings and set your options.
In classic editor, you can use the shortcode to render your MathJax syntax. If you are using WordPress version below 5.0, this is the only way you can use this feature.
- Choose a MathJax syntax block.
- Fill in your MathJax syntax in the editor.
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Contributors & Developers
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- First release.
- Test up to PHP 8.2.5 and WordPress 6.2.2
- Add Japanese translation, thanks to Colocal.
- Upgrade MathJax.js from 2.7.8 to 2.7.9