The full list of supported languages is here:

http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/posting-source-code/

The first site you linked to was able to display the code using this shortcode:

`[sourcecode language="tex"]`

so you might try that to see if it meets your needs.

the second site you linked was a self-hosted WordPress site. Self-hosted sites offer more code flexibility which is how he was able to post the code. More about the difference between WordPress.com and self hosted WordPress can be found here:

]]>* https://gauthma.wordpress.com/latex-miscellanea/

* http://timmurphy.org/2009/09/06/highlighting-table-rows-in-latex/

Espero que me haya dejado entender. Saludos.

]]>Does that answer your question?

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Estoy intentando iniciar con varios tutoriales de código con $latex \LaTeX$ y me topé con esta entrada entrada a pesar de ello me resisto a pensar que no es posible escirbir un código resaltado para LaTeX.

¿Alguien tiene alguna herramienta para este caso?

]]>Based on the rest of this thread, it sounds like @brianphilp does have some experience though, so if you could re-paste the code that isn't working for him, he may be able to help.

Otherwise, Stack Exchange has a LaTex support forum. You can access it here: http://tex.stackexchange.com/

]]>[latex size=3]y=x[/latex]

which compiles but neither 3 nor any other number changes the size.

]]>$latex \normalsize a[(x + \frac{b}{2a})^2 - \frac{b^2}{4a^2} + \frac{c ×4a}{a×4a}] = 0$

I don't seem to know why. Can someone try to see why?

]]>$ latex /dfrac{1}{2} = /dfrac{1}{2^2} + /dfrac{1}{3^2} + /dfrac{1}{4^2} + /dfrac{1}{5^2} + /dfrac{1}{7^2} + /dfrac{1}{12^2} + /dfrac{1}{15^2} + /dfrac{1}{20^2} + /dfrac{1}{28^2} + /dfrac{1}{35^2}$

]]>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.

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