If you maintain a WebEasy page, you can display math content there. As a demonstration, probably there is at least some math content up at this page.

As a reminder, a WebEasy page is where you might have a personal home page for yourself as a PCC instructor. When your entry appears in a contacts search, as in this image:

The "Web" link will go to your public-facing WebEasy page. You manage your WebEasy page by going to MyPCC, Employee tab, and in the "Employee tools" panel, under "Communication", you should find a "Staff websites (WebEasy)" link.

## How to put math content in a WebEasy page

First, note that all math entered using this plugin uses LaTeX math syntax. So for example, a fraction is entered like `\frac{1}{2}`

, not like `1/2`

. An internet search will probably answer any question you may have about LaTeX math syntax.

- When you are editing a page, put
`[mathjax]`

somewhere in the page. - You can make "inline" math either by enclosing it in
`\(...\)`

or in`[latex]...[/latex]`

. For example:`\(\frac{1}{2}\)`

`[latex]\frac{1}{2}[/latex]`

- You can make "display" math either by enclosing it in
`$$...$$`

or is`\[...\]`

. For example:`$$\frac{1}{2}$$`

`\[\frac{1}{2}\]`

- If you
*only*use the`[latex]...[/latex]`

way for entry, then you do not need the`[mathjax]`

from step 1. For technical reasons with how the page loads, it is preferable that you only use the`[latex]...[/latex]`

way for entry. However if you need display mode math, obviously you cannot be restricted to the`[latex]...[/latex]`

way.