Font size of LaTeX expressions

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    I have written some mathematical equations using Latex in my blog.

    I was wondering if there’s a way to make the font size of the equations larger. I went to the WordPress Support page and found that you can increase the font size with the &s parameter, as such:

    $latex \LaTeX&s=X$

    where X is the number -4 to 4. I can get this example to work, but not for any of my expressions. For example,

    $latex x=56 &s=4$ or $latex \x&s=4$

    I have no idea how to do this, basically. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.



    The first part of your formula ($latex x=56 &s=4$) works for me. But the second part ($latex \x&s=4$) seems to be wrong, because:

    1- there is no space between \x and &s parameters.
    2- the \x parameter is something undefined (or at list I don’t know it)

    This is the result of your code (3rd line):



    irdb, thank you so much. I have no idea why, but it wasn’t working before. Now it is. You’re the man. Thanks for your time and clear explanation.

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