Sunday, 24 February 2013

Google has updated the look of Blogger. Can it still display the CodeCogs equations: $\frac{1-sin(x)}{2}$.

We shall soon see.

The exciting bit is that we'll soon be able to produce inline equations that are adjusted to the baseline thanks to a new trick we've discovered.

Saturday, 15 December 2012

This is just a plain blog to see how blogger should look
This is a new test blog to see if the CodeCogs Equation editor plugin for blogger still works as well as it once did.

First lets create an equation on the same line. ie. $x=\frac{-b \pm \sqrt{(b^2-4ac)}}{2a}$

Noe see if we can create an equation all on its own with text above and below \[E=mc^2\] That should be it.

Ok, so what did we type above to get these equations
  • For the inline equation, we use dollar symbols either side of the equation, i.e. \$...\$
  • For the equation block that appears on its own line we use backslash then a square bracket, i.e. \[ ... \]
We've noticed one bug, in that we can no longer use dollars and backslash within a post without them being converted into equations. A patch will be on its way.

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

This is an interesting page with $1+x^2$ equations.
The second line contains an equation all on its own \[sin(x)^2\] with the text either side of it.

Saturday, 19 April 2008

This is a test of adding equations from CodeCogs:

Just as I had hoped. You can simply drag the equation from CodeCogs - LaTeX Equation Editor for the Internet directly into the blog. (At least this works in Safari)