The \KaTeX WordPress plugin integrates the super-fast \KaTeX math typesetting engine with your WordPress website. \text{WP-}\KaTeX allows you to put in a [latex]...[/latex] shortcode, and beautiful math appears on your post or page. The plugin also has an option to use the excellent jsDelivr CDN to load \KaTeX for even more speed.

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The meaning of life is \left(2^3\cdot\frac12+2\right)\cdot\sqrt{49}. Also, \pi is delicious. \KaTeX works great inline with text.

x=\frac{-b\pm\sqrt{b^2-4ac}}{2a} You can even make display style equations, centered on their own line.

f(x) = \int_{-\infty}^\infty \hat f(\xi)\,e^{2 \pi i \xi x} \,d\xi\KaTeX can even display big and complicated equations.

(Potentially) Frequently Asked Questions

Wait – I use MathJax and it’s fine!

\KaTeX is fast. It’s really fast, compared to MathJax. In fact, it’s a staggering 35 times faster than MathJax. Your page will load much faster with \KaTeX, especially if it’s heavy with equations.

How about Jetpack?

Jetpack has a plugin that uses the WordPress.com service to render the equations. However, it uses images, which look ugly when zoomed in, or on high-DPI (“retina”) displays. Also, it depends on WordPress.com’s servers, and a lot of equations can make the page slow (too many requests).

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