Using LaTex in WordPress

To include a LaTeX equation in a WordPress article I use the WP QuickLaTeX plugin. To insert an equation into your text use the following syntax:

 y = \sin (x) + x^2

For example the above code gives the following rendered equation:

 y = \sin (x) + x^2

Addendum: Pavel Holoborodko pointed out that it is easier to use [latexpage], which indeed it is (see QuickLaTeX)

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3 Responses to Using LaTex in WordPress

  1. Daniella says:

    My thinking was the same as yours. Get the laersgt CFL lights I can find, but you get more bang for your buck using more of the msaller ones. (my eexperience) CFLs are great to start, but have poor penitration (even cloes). Try 150 watt hps. they work great for veg and flowering and put out 16,000 lumens. they dont get to warm either. You can use CFL for supplemental light for bottom of plants. mix with 6500 k you hit the while light spectrum. MUCH BETTER YIELDS AND CHEAPER ON ELECTRIC.

  2. hsauro says:

    You’re absolutely right, I discovered [latexpage] after I posted this. It’s much easier to use, see Glossary of Enzyme Kinetics.

  3. You can use native LaTeX syntax directly without [latex] .. [/latex] tags.
    $..$ for Inline equations and \[ .. \] for displayed:
    E.g. $y = \sin (x) + x^2$ will become y = \sin (x) + x^2

    Place to [latexpage] activate this mode in the post /comment.

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