Even though I’m not an expert Mathematician, I rely on Math as anybody should, who take themselves seriously. And so from time to time, I’ve put snippets of Math into this blog as well.
In the past, I found this to be a frustrating experience. One reason is simply the fact that this blog does not consist of hand-crafted HTML, which could receive hand-crafted Style Sheets. The style sheets for this blog are as packaged, and do not leave much room for modification by me – although some people really know, how to write their own style sheets for WordPress.org. Mine are defined by the friendly Theme of my blog.
Another reason I have not been able to typeset my Math well in the past, is the fact that I did not give it enough attention. One route which I chose to go often, was to export any typeset Math as a PDF File, and then just to give readers a link to the PDF. But, rather than expecting my readers to tap on a link, just to see a small equation full-browser, I would eventually want to be able to show small amounts of Math, inline with my blog.
I thank Michal for his contribution to my efforts, which he made through his Comments.
Also, the approach which has been suggested to me, will make all my typeset Math have a uniform appearance, that follows from it all being converted to MathML. This will tend not to show the GUI-details of any ‘Computer Algebra Systems’ I may have been using. CAS or no CAS, the results will be displayed as though they just consisted of equations. That might look nice, because it has a ‘light’ appearance, that may be consistent with the WordPress Theme.