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Including Mathematics Equations In Your Blog

Occasionally, we see the wistful forum query
I want to include mathematical formulas in my blog. Will Blogger include Latex support, as WordPress has recently done?
The concept of Blogger including Latex, or possibly Mathcad or Mathematica, is probably a matter for the Blogger WishList.

Short of a Blogger enhancement, consider using the standard practice of hosting the mathematical content in a WordPress blog, or another web site. You can then include the other web site in your Blogger blog. You can include large articles or discussions in separate pages, with links in the posts or maybe sidebar linklists. Small articles or discussions can be displayed in iframes, sourced from the articles in the other web sites. With single equations, you can always make pictures, and embed the pictures in the posts.

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