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tech:content-creation:wordpress:write-in-word [2019/02/21 16:36]
Olivier Simard-Casanova
tech:content-creation:wordpress:write-in-word [2019/02/21 16:37]
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 - Use [KaTeX](https://​wordpress.org/​plugins/​wp-katex/​) (much lighter than MathJax) - Use [KaTeX](https://​wordpress.org/​plugins/​wp-katex/​) (much lighter than MathJax)
-- If you need to rely on images: produce equations with LaTeXiT as JPEG images. Quality may be low, the workaround is to create images of a larger police font and downscale them manually afterwards.+- If you need to rely on images: produce equations with LaTeXiT ​(on a Mac) as JPEG images. Quality may be low, the workaround is to create images of a larger police font and downscale them manually afterwards.
 - If your WordPress posts are forwared to your readers via emails with MailPoet: avoid using inline math. But display equations works quite well! For inline math, use regular caracters, it's working well. - If your WordPress posts are forwared to your readers via emails with MailPoet: avoid using inline math. But display equations works quite well! For inline math, use regular caracters, it's working well.
  
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