# Macdown Latex

As Hugo and Wowchemy can attempt to parse YAML, Markdown, and LaTeX content in the front matter, Markdown special characters need to be escaped in any math within the front matter fields by using a backslash to prevent the math being parsed as Markdown. WWE Sonya Deville Black Latex Ass Smackdown MITB. Sonya, deville, lesbian, italian, wwe, wrestling, black, latex, shorts, upskirt, butt, diva. Sonya deville black latex smackdown mitb. Sex Excellent compilations FREE. I fucked my girl. It adds support for inline math and text expressions using a $math$ and%text% syntax. The extension is a preprocessor that will use latex/dvipng to generate pngs for the respective equations/text and then base64 encode the data to inline the images directly, rather than have external images. Perhaps you’ve noticed that the standard Markdown library doesn’t render LaTex. Turn’s out that the workaround is really simple. All you need is the MathJax plugin for kramdown. MathJax is essentially a JavaScript PNG renderer that turn your LaTex Snippets into high qualit PNG images.

Perhaps you’ve noticed that the standard Markdown library doesn’t render LaTex. Turn’s out that the workaround is really simple. All you need is the **MathJax** plugin for kramdown. MathJax is essentially a JavaScript PNG renderer that turn your LaTex Snippets into high qualit PNG images.

To get it up and running, two steps must be taken:

- Ensure you are running on a compatible markdown processing engine. If you use Jekyll, you’re good to go since it runs on kramdown, which support MathJax.
- You need to load the plugin. This is done by inserting a code snippet (below) into relevant page layouts that you have in the
`_layouts`

folder:

So for instance, suppose you have `post.html`

layout document. Then just insert the above code to enable LaTex rendering on any post that has `layout: post`

. Now, if you have several layouts that all load a base layout, then you can insert the code in the base layout script to automatically load it in all its dependencies.

## R Markdown Latex Formula

For inline LaTex, MathJax looks for the `( ... )`

delimiter. Hence to write ( a^2 = b^2 ) as an inline equation, use `( a^2 = b^2 )`

. For displayed equations, the delimiter is either `[ ... ]`

. And so to display [ a^2 = b^2 + c^2 ] we would write `[ a^2 = b^2 + c^2 ]`

.

Now, to get serious, we need to configure MathJax to behave like a full-body LaTex renderer. To to this, we work with the MathJax.Hub.Congig API. There are plenty of configuration options allowing you a very high degree o flexibility, but it can require quite a bit of work as it has to be coded as javascript objections. Luckily some standard options are preconfigured, such as loading the AMSMAth and AMSSymbols packages. Here, we load these packages, turn equation numbering on, and define the `$ ... $`

as an inline equation environment (to get an actual $ sign, use `$`

). In the same file that you added the above script, paste in the below code underneath:

Now you’re set up for fancy, numbered equations:

You can easily reference and equation like eqref{label} with the standard `eqref{label}`

syntax (note - no delimiters). To write the equations. The equation itself is render by typing:

## Markdown Latex

## R Markdown Latex

`$$ begin{equation} label{label} ... end{equation} $$`

## R Markdown Latex Equation

And that’s it! See the **documentation** for more information on how to tweak MathJax.