Using MathJax in WordPress.com
I would like to use ,a href=”http://www.mathjax.org/”>MathJax in my WordPress.com blog. Is that possible? How can I do it?
Please do not suggest the $ latex … $ alternative. I currently use that, and it is ugly. I found instructions for installing MathJax in WordPress here, but that doesn’t apply to WordPress.com. I also found this post that shows how to install MathJax on Blogger, and suggests moving from WordPress to Blogger simply because WordPress doesn’t allow MathJax. But that can’t be right — if Blogger can do it, WordPress should be able to do it too. So how do I use MathJax in my WordPress.com blog?
The blog I need help with is programmingpraxis.com.
So how do I use MathJax in my WordPress.com blog?
See here > http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/
Staff will not available until March 2nd, 2011. Then you can submit your question directly to them at this link. http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/
I understand all that. But Blogger manages to maintain security while allowing MathJax. Why can’t WordPress.com do the same?
I’ll submit my question as you suggest.
Blogger is owned by the giant Google and Google most certainly can provide more horsepower on the backend than the free hosting blogging sites are really able to provide.
This is just a basic part of the underlying technology of the web browser, and it’s required for sites like gmail, Yahoo!, and others to operate.
There are ways a site can avoid this problem (generally by constantly changing the login cookie data with EVERY response, and invalidating the old ones immediately), but they require more horsepower on the backend than the blogging sites are really able to provide, and there’s still usually a small window of opportunity.
Best wishes with making your request to Staff. Clearly, Volunteers cannot help with this issue as we do not make policy decisions.
Thank you for your clear and concise explanation.
You’re welcome. :)
G’day TT, thanks for posting that quote.
Top ‘o the day to thee. You’re welcome. It’s a quote from a post on my blog. LOL :D I have gutted so many of my posts to answer questions here that I’m now beginning to worry about traffic loss. [SHRUG]
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