I wrote about math on web pages here some time ago. For Euler, I now tested MathJax, which is a script based solution. It uses some tricks, including MathML, CSS, and even SVG depending on the browser. For a first impression, see this page.
Euler can render a formula through Latex. The images produced by latexpng are still necessary to display the formula in Euler. But the HTML output can use MathJax instead. There are pros and cons.
- The page will display slower, since the script must be loaded and must render the page.
- MathJax will not work on very old browsers.
- Euler saves the Latex images for print quality. Some browsers cannot scale these large images well, i.e. anti-aliased. I am using Chrome, which does not have this problem. But the MathJax display will scale well. Alternatively, Euler can save the images for screen quality.
- With images, the formula is lost. MathJax can be used to export the Latex code of the formula, or even the MathML code.
Let me know, what you think.
Very nice Rene. Thank you 🙂