Is jsMath the way to go for displaying TeX formulas?
/portal_skins/plone_content/document_view, and edit
/portal_skins/custom/document_viewto add the following code within the
That will load the script only from standard documents (not AT documents, not blog entries like this one, etc.).
load.jsmust be served from the same host as the current page. Rather than dumping entire jsMath hierarchy into Plone database, it is better to override the Apache proxy configuration to allow certain directory to be served directly by Apache even within Plone URL. In
httpd.conf, add the following before the main
ProxyPass /tex/ http://hostname:8080/tex/ ProxyPassReverse /tex/ http://hostname:8080/tex/
to serve the
textop-level directory via Apache. Of course, any Plone page that may exist at
/texURL will become inaccessible.
With that, we can type something like:
<span class="math">x^2 = 9</span> and see it as beautiful math... On a standard web page, not in a blog entry... Try this test page .