I am looking for a purely client side javascript library that renders latex equations as HTML/CSS. I hate that all I see are utilities that request an image from a server.  Example usage:  latex('\frac{a}{b}')   output:  <div style="p...
I am working on a html-based calculator, and I want to render an expression, then evaluate it, and all of this must be done in Javascript. I would prefer for the expression to be written in LaTeX, and for it to be possible to edit the rendered expres...
I have a text editor in which a user can write HTML code. I don't want them to write LaTeX outside of a particular element. It might be something like:  <x-latexmath>...</x-latexmath>   I want it so if they have LaTeX math outside of...
tldr: How can I convert a LaTeX equation in Google Docs so that it is editable as a Google Doc equation?  Background: I want to import html into Google Docs. This HTML includes (in my native database) LaTeX equations. When I import to Google Docs, th...
I have a user input for an equation - this input generates LaTeX code using a separate API which I did not code (namely, Mathquill, not that it matters).  My problem is best illustrated by an example: suppose the LaTeX code generated from the user in...
How to embed HTML page with javascript code (precisely D3 library with some hover over capabilities) in Beamer LaTeX?  Idea is to have a slide with HTML page embedded and during presentation I am able to hover over certain elements, i.e. it's not...
I have a webpage which renders LaTeX formula using javascript. I wish to take a screenshot of it programmatically after running the scripts. Is this possible?...
How do I left-align all MathJax equation "on-render". When you set displayAlign: "left", the equations would first be centered, then after 0.5s, they move to the left. So basically, it flashes to the left, which is visually unpleasant...
I need to replace the LaTex directives in webpages. The LaTex directives are wraped in two '$' signs which are like$a^2+b^2=1\$(an inline formula) or $$a^2+b^2=1$$(a block formula which will be displayed in a new line). The question is now I...
Here is the big picture of what I want to do. I need a wiki for my University where we can modify tex file. The structure is the same as a normal wiki (history, comments, etc.) except the code of the documents would be only latex.   So I would like t...