Damir Buskulic
2008-06-04
Hi,
Is there a tool to convert a document from latex to html that would use jsMath ? It would be much better than latex2html or tex4ht for example, that generate html code with pictures for formulae. Maybe this is an already answered question... ?
Would it be "simple" to go from latex2html and instead of generating pictures, just replace them by the right jsMath lines, mainly a copy of the latex mathematical code ?
Cheers
Davide P. Cervone
2008-06-04
My understanding is that tex4ht already HAS a jsMath output mode (don't know about latex2html). See
http://www.cse.ohio-state.edu/~gurari/docs/tug-07/tug07-7.html
for an example, and try googling "jsmath tex4ht" for more links.
Davide
Damir Buskulic
2008-06-04
I didn't notice it before.
This should do the trick.
Thanks very much !
Andy Nield
2009-06-04
You could also use
http://www.2020math.org/weblatex/index.html
which enables you to directly embed a LaTeX document into a webpage and display the mathematics using jsMath or MathML
Andy