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These days it's becoming standard for any markdown converter to support katex/mathjax. For instance, markdownit has markdownitkatex. Dump your markdown with equations directly inside your html file and have it do the conversion. Or this: https://github.com/susam/texme

As an alternative, something that I've put together in the past for personal notes / documents. It also covers LaTeX (and TIKZ) inside Markdown and leverages Pandoc.
https://github.com/W4RH4WK/Dogx
It contains a Pandoc filter that pulls out the LaTeX code, generates an SVG that gets embedded into the resulting HTML document.

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I hosted a small snippet on heroku and am using https://github.com/atishay/tex2svg/ for my personal Hugo website. It is really cheap and easy to do latex to svg.

Unfortunately there is no common inbrowser Math rendering and as the referenced article points out, pictures of equations are not the solution [2]. A common mathematics rendering format is desperately needed but nobody really seems motivated to solve it.
My approach is to use MathML that is rendered natively by Firefox and use JS to render in other browsers [3]. MathJax is way too heavy the last time I checked (growing towards 1MB) [4]. Instead I use mathml, a JS library that is somewhat complete/abandoned but mostly works in about 80kB [5].
My rational for supporting Firefox's approach is that it's the browser I use, MathML is supported by W3C [6], MathML is supported by pandoc and there is a lightweight workaround for other browsers.
[2] https://danilafe.com/blog/math_rendering_is_wrong/
[3] https://coffeespace.org.uk/projects/mathmlrender.html

Unfortunately there is no common inbrowser Math rendering and as the referenced article points out, pictures of equations are not the solution [2]. A common mathematics rendering format is desperately needed but nobody really seems motivated to solve it.
My approach is to use MathML that is rendered natively by Firefox and use JS to render in other browsers [3]. MathJax is way too heavy the last time I checked (growing towards 1MB) [4]. Instead I use mathml, a JS library that is somewhat complete/abandoned but mostly works in about 80kB [5].
My rational for supporting Firefox's approach is that it's the browser I use, MathML is supported by W3C [6], MathML is supported by pandoc and there is a lightweight workaround for other browsers.
[2] https://danilafe.com/blog/math_rendering_is_wrong/
[3] https://coffeespace.org.uk/projects/mathmlrender.html

Unfortunately there is no common inbrowser Math rendering and as the referenced article points out, pictures of equations are not the solution [2]. A common mathematics rendering format is desperately needed but nobody really seems motivated to solve it.
My approach is to use MathML that is rendered natively by Firefox and use JS to render in other browsers [3]. MathJax is way too heavy the last time I checked (growing towards 1MB) [4]. Instead I use mathml, a JS library that is somewhat complete/abandoned but mostly works in about 80kB [5].
My rational for supporting Firefox's approach is that it's the browser I use, MathML is supported by W3C [6], MathML is supported by pandoc and there is a lightweight workaround for other browsers.
[2] https://danilafe.com/blog/math_rendering_is_wrong/
[3] https://coffeespace.org.uk/projects/mathmlrender.html
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