Each directory listed contains a MathJax extension which can be used in a document with the MathJax CDN configuration.
A typical configuration using one of these extensions will include the following within the
<head>...</head> portion of your HTML document:
Please note the extension URL: this is not on GitHub, but is updated nightly from the GitHub master branch.
Some extensions may require additional configuration -- for details, see the
README in the directory for the extension.
The extensions can also be downloaded and stored for local use -- just be sure to change the URL in the
Each extension also has a sample page, which can be found in the
All extensions have been tested with MathJax version 2.1 on the CDN.
All extensions have been tested with MathJax version 2.0 on the CDN.
This did require minor bug fixes in the
forloop extensions (the corrections do not affect
function in MathJax version 1.1).
Developers are welcome to place their extensions here (by issuing a pull request), but please observe the following guidelines:
1) Directory and file naming: Please place your extension in a separate directory,
extname.js, in that directory (replace
extname with the name of your extension).
2) README: Please include a
README.md file in the
extname directory with configuration and usage documentation -- see the existing extensions for examples.
3) Sample: Please include a sample file
sample.html in the
extname directory in the
gh-pages branch, with a sample demonstrating configuration and usage of your extension, and link to the sample in your
README.md file. (You will need to make a separate pull request for your commit to the
4) URLs: For testing purposes, a
raw.github.com URL is acceptable on a temporary basis, but before you make your pull request to merge into the master branch, please change the URL to
http://cs.jsu.edu/mathjax-ext/github/extname/extname.js in the
loadComplete() call at the end of
extname.js and in the configuration block of your sample.
5) MathJax CDN: Please test your extension against the MathJax CDN as shown in the configuration above, and set up your sample file to use the CDN.
Please note that your files will not be available immediately on the
cs.jsu.edu URL -- this site is updated nightly from the master branch here. Also please note that the sample file
sample.html in the
gh-pages branch is not transfered to the
cs.jsu.edu site -- the URL for the sample will be