I published a test post containing also the MathJax code
$y = f(x)$. However, the code is rendered as ordinary text and not as an inline math expression as expected. My blog uses the default theme.
Why isn’t the expression rendered? Am I using invalid syntax?
Hi @PaoloAmoroso! Have you enabled MathJax in your blog’s settings? From your “Blogs” page choose “Customize” under the blog in question, then scroll down to the Text Rendering section:
Thanks, yes, MathJax rendering is enabled in my blog’s settings.
Oh, I think I see the issue — it looks like Write.as requires the default “
$$...$$” delimiters for MathJax, i.e., double
$$ characters instead of a single
$ character. Try:
$$y = f(x)$$
It works but produces a displayed expression instead of an inline one, as I thought it would by enclosing the code within single
For inline MathJax/LaTeX, write.as/writefreely does not work with $, you need to use
\\) instead of
See toward the bottom of this page where inline MathJax is written using