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=== Simple Mathjax === Contributors: sgcoskey, pkra Donate link: https://boolesrings.org Tags: mathjax, latex Requires at least: 3.0 Tested up to: 4.9.4 Stable tag: 1.1 Yet another plugin to add MathJax support to your wordpress blog. Just wrap your equations inside $ signs and MathJax will render them visually. == Description == This wordpress plugin is yet another simple plugin to load the [MathJax](http://www.mathjax.org) scripts at the bottom of all of your pages. It uses a very all-inclusive mathjax configuration by default, with $'s and $$'s the default delimeters for in-line and displayed equations. A preference pane is added to the "Settings" group where you can modify the MathJax server location (CDN) and the MathJax configuration settings. (See [this page](https://docs.mathjax.org/en/latest/configuration.html#using-in-line-configuration-options) for details on the options available.) You can also specify a LaTeX "preamble" of newcommands which will be loaded in a hidden element near the top of each page. Fork this plugin on [GitHub](https://github.com/scoskey/Simple-Mathjax-wordpress-plugin) == Installation == Nothing unusual here! == Changelog == `1.1` update latest mathjax version, load mathjax in footer instead of header `1.0` send default url to new cdn `0.5` minor code cleanup, allow mathjax in admin screens `0.4` use safe mode (prevents evil scripts) by default `0.3` use wp_enqueue_script to allow others to use mathjax as a dependency (christianp). removed disqus compatibility due to reports of it no longer working. `0.2` added disqus compatibility. enclosed the preamble in a hidden span to cover a small space created by mathjax v.2 `0.1` improved loading of the LaTeX preamble so that it appears just below the body tag, rather than in the header `0.0` initial release