Is MathJax supported? Can I use MathJax on my website?

We have installed MathJax on www.math.ias.edu.  http://www.mathjax.org/

MathJax allows you to display mathematics on a webpage using LaTeX code.
 To include MathJax on your School website, include the following in
your html.

<script type="text/javascript" src="/MathJax/MathJax.js"><script>

This should go in the <head> section of your file.

Here are some example pages, one in drupal (our content management
system) the other in plain html.

http://www.math.ias.edu/mathjaxtest.html
http://www.math.ias.edu/mathjaxtest

To display math correctly on your page, use the double dollar sign
notation for displayed equations, $$ x = y2 $$ for example.  To display
inline math you cannot use the single dollar sign notation (a single
dollar sign occurs too often in legitimate text to be used), instead use
a backslash paren notation \( x = y2 \)

Feel free to experiment and let us know if you have any issues using this.

For Drupal users (staff):
MathJax is integrated with drupal, you only need change single dollar
$x$ notation to backslash paren notation \(x\) to take advantage of MathJax.