on 8/6/2016 5:00 PM
There is a page in the Hugo documentation that describes how to use MathJax to embed nicely-typeset mathematics in one’s Hugo-generated site. For my own site, I took this as a starting point and made a few improvements. Here’s how I do the math typesetting in this blog. Authoring I author my posts in Markdown, where the bulk of the content is plain text. When I want to include specially-typeset mathematical expressions, I use a custom shortcode to convert TeX-style equation definition into a snippet o[...]
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