Just created a LaTeX to WordPress Converter: http://mathtuition88.blogspot.sg/2015/12/latex-to-wordpress-converter.html

Currently it is a very basic converter, just changes “$abc$” to “$ latex abc$”. To change back from WordPress to LaTeX, a simple text editor will do the job, with replace “$ latex ” with “$”.

Test code:

LaTeX: From the above inequality $|z^n|>|a_1z^{n-1}+\ldots+a_n|$ we can conclude that the polynomial $p_t(z)=z^n+t(a_1z^{n-1}+\ldots+a_n)$ has no roots on the circle $|z|=r$ when $0\leq t\leq 1$.

WordPress: From the above inequality we can conclude that the polynomial has no roots on the circle when .

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We will in the YMTH department would like to question that Gitbook uses Latex for Math and Scientific programming. So, can we take the Latex file that is in Gitbook and convert it to WordPress? How can these steps performed?

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Hi, I am not familiar with Gitbook. However, if it is “ordinary, simple” LaTeX, it should work. Currently my Converter only works for very simple and basic LaTeX expressions.

In particular, double dollar signs (“$$”), and “\begin{align}” and similar environments would not work.

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That ought to be handy. Is it able to detect and warn about LaTeX stuff that WordPress can’t handle?

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Currently it can’t detect those issues. I may add it in future editions of the converter.

For more advanced users, https://lucatrevisan.wordpress.com/latex-to-wordpress/ may be a more suitable converter. (However that converter is quite troublesome to install, and I have not yet succeeded in installing it!)

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