environments in blogger

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Anonymous
2009-12-17
2013-04-29

  • Anonymous
    2009-12-17

    I can't seem to get environments to work in blogger

    Only $….$ work.

    I do have environments turned on:

    In my blogger template I have

         <head>
         …..
         …..
       
         <script src='http://arielbalter.com/jsMath/easy/load.js' type='text/javascript'/>
         </head>

    Here is the html source of the three posts.  I tried all sorts of things…

    mathtest
         $\sqrt{\sigma}$
         $\begin{equation}\sqrt{\sigma}\end{equation}$
         \begin{equation}\sqrt{\sigma}\end{equation}

    math test 2
         Math test 2
         $\sqrt(\sigma)$
         \\begin{equation}
         \sqrt(\sigma)
         \\end{equation}

         \begin{equation}
         \sqrt(\sigma)
         \end{equation}

    mathtest 3

         <div>
         \begin{equation}
         \sqrt{\sigma}
         \end{equation}
         </div>

    Thanks in advance for any help!

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  • Due to restrictions imposed by browser security models, you must load jsMath from the same server as the page where jsMath is to be used.  So you are not able to load jsMath from arielbalter.com from within blogspot.com.  While the initial easy/load.js file will load properly, other components that jsMath may need top load on demand will not.  In your case, autoload.js is not able to load jsMath.js, the core code for jsMath.

    Note that this is not a restriction imposed by jsMath, but rather by the browsers themselves.  The mechanism used by jsMath to load its components is subject to the "same-origin policy" that is part of the security model of most modern browsers.

    Davide

     

  • Anonymous
    2010-02-17

    I still think it is weird that some of it works, and some of it doesn't, like inline vs. display.  I wish there were a way to make it work.

     

  • Anonymous
    2010-02-17

    Furthermore, it works with some themes and not others.  I wonder if this implies the problem is different and/or more complicated than you suggest?