We've just brought Mathjax online for math and engineering writers who require access to math symbols for their blogs. Some adjustments were required to make the coding interface acceptably with Markdown syntax, but we think we have a working feature here. We'd like to see more of you testing the feature to see how this performs.
To access this feature, you must first activate the Mathjax option from your blog setup link in your user control panel. Then, click on the basic blog settings link and scroll down towards the bottom of the screen to the Mathjax display section. Click on the box on the left side and save the settings (red button at bottom of page).
After you activate the option, the Mathjax style guide will appear in your article drafting page between the Markdown style guide and the article image upload icon. The link provides a short cheat sheet as well a link to a site that provides a wide range of math syntax options too numerous to include in a shorter in-house version.
This addition builds on our growing menu of tools available to STEM* bloggers. You may recall that we just brought online Github support features that includes direct blog uploads into user accounts via Silvrback's Github repository. This feature allows bloggers who collaborate on Github to upload their work directly to their Silvrback accounts. This is in addition to a feature which supports embedding Github gist files into Silvrback articles.
That's all for today. Happy Silvrbacking, folks!
*STEM refers to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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