http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/#javascript

If you want to use LaTeX on WordPress.com blogs the only way is with these instructions:

http://en.support.wordpress.com/latex/

```
<script type="text/javascript"
src="http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML"></script>
```

Thanks

]]>Drag the chatjax link to your bookmark bar, and then click it on a page with Mathjax form Latex, it will render it for you immediately.

So you can render α

β

by clicking Chatjax in your bookmark bar.

Perfect! I understand now. :)

It works fine on this page ---> https://cloudup.com/ckwgdZGjsWB

WordPress.com has a number of built-in features inspired by popular plugins (including the LaTeX feature) but there isn't a way to install other plugins like the one you mentioned. That's a feature of self-hosted WordPress sites.

If you'd like to display more LaTeX code, you're welcome to add more than one line of LaTeX in the same post or page on your site.

]]>Drag the chatjax link to your bookmark bar, and then click it on a page with Mathjax form Latex, it will render it for you immediately.

So you can render $\frac{\alpha}{\beta}$ by clicking Chatjax in your bookmark bar.

I will have a look at compatibility with my knowledge of mathjax against latex.

]]>For example of chatjax working appropriately, click it on this page:

$\alpha \beta \int \frac{1}{\ln 3} dt + \large \sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{n^3}{20!}$

I don't know exactly what you mean, but to use LaTeX on WordPress.com you need this:

http://en.support.wordpress.com/latex/

See here, for example:

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/latex-and-mathjax?replies=10#post-2147102

and my response:

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/latex-and-mathjax?replies=10#post-2147320

$\alpha \beta \int \frac{1}{\ln 3} dt + \large \sum_{n=1}^\infty \frac{n^3}{20!}$

]]>I enjoyed your theory, but perhaps you should have just let the girl go, wasn't worth dying over.

xD

You can see that link has no HTTPS on it, yet redirects to a HTTPS page. Thanks.

Right, for this:

WordPress.COM

has been working to implement https for all viewing, Google is starting to downgrade sites if they do not support https - it looks like WordPress.COM has implemented https based on what I now see with my browser -

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/https-issues-and-other-things-annoyed?replies=12#post-2145480

And you said:

It is on one of my blogs, but not the other.

-If you have a mapped domain for the other blog, then

Mapped domains still don't have https viewing implemented

-If you don't have a mapped domain for the other blog, then In the near future that blog will also have https

]]>Raincoaster, it is the link in the OP. You can see that link has no HTTPS on it, yet redirects to a HTTPS page. Thanks.

]]>Is this HTTPS attached to the theme of choice?

Nope.

It is

on one of my blogs, but not the other.

See here:

http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/https-issues-and-other-things-annoyed?replies=12#post-2145480

If you don't have a username account at WordPress.ORG click http://wordpress.org/support/ and register one on the top right hand corner of the page that opens, so you can post to the support forums there.

Resetting your WordPress.ORG password http://codex.wordpress.org/Resetting_Your_Password

WordPress.org support docs are at https://codex.wordpress.org/Main_Page

]]>I am trying desperately to add equations and symbols to my posts and comments but I am having a very difficult time. I tried all the common Latex plugins, and now I am just using Jetpack and the Beautiful math module. What I need is the ability to put a simple equation, like \[\sqrt { - 1} \], inline with the. I have tried everything and it always places the equation on a new line. It is also cumbersome to have to type $latex ....$ every time I just want to use a little square root or fraction. I am not using very complex math symbnols, just high school level.

Bill

]]>"Hi!

We're in the process of converting some WordPress.com URLs to HTTPS. It isn't possible to remove it from your URL. Are you experiencing issues with the HTTPS version?"

So, that (^^) means HTTPS cannot be disabled.

]]>The problem: My website is in HTTPS by default. I believe it is an attribute of the theme I am using. I have tried multiple different browsers and it always places me into HTTPS.

How can I disable this.

Thank you.

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I had not realized at had to write out the word "latex".

That's certainly not how LaTeX usually works.

According to the support page that linked timethief

Using LaTeXTo include LaTeX code in your post, use the following:

`$latex your-latex-code-here$`

So, for example,

`$latex i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial t}\left|\Psi(t)\right>=H\left|\Psi(t)\right>$`

]]>produces....

Try with this:

`$latex \int_0^1 \dfrac{dx}x\ne 0$`

I used it and it works perfectly.

Screenshot: https://cloudup.com/c-_vBU7Hnzw

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The LaTeX code is not getting rendered.

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