GladTeX – LaTeX equations in HTML
GladTeX is a utility that enables LaTeX equations within HTML code. You write HTML code as usual, but in addition you can include equations within the special tags <EQ>..</EQ>, as if within $$..$$ in LaTeX. Then you run gladtex, which replaces the equations by images. Features include image alignment (baseline of equations agree with baseline of text), GIF and PNG support, transparent backgrounds and antialiasing.
Additionally, GladTeX can aid the creation of accessible documents for the blind by providing the LaTeX equation in the alt attribute of an image. It also comes with a library which allows embedding GladTeX into other applications.
|Licenses||GNU Lesser General Public License 3|
|Copyright||1999–2010 Martin G. Gulbrandsen|
2011–2013 Jonathan Daugherty
2013–2016 Sebastian Humenda
Martin G. Gulbrandsen (inactive)
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