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Jason76

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Looking for some work. Plenty of experience - being a Package Member on FP.

Please reply and/or pm me with the rates you might be considering.

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Jason76

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Do you mean MathJax?
Well, it seems like something can be installed on there, but I'm not sure if it would blend in with every page background. Another thing I was looking at was using ShareLatex.com and putting a background on there similar to the target forum and then taking snapshots of that using a free tool and then uploading those to posts. But that's the difficult way to do it.

OK, here is the forum where I need the Latex: http://mathlesson.us - but the latex must be white and be simply notation put on the background rather than imported images - unless those images match the background.

Example now with images uploaded from ShareLatex, but you see the imported picture doesn't match the background:

http://mathlesson.us/threads/intersection.7/
 

Dan The Man

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I might be interested if you could provide a test post.
Jason is a paid poster on my forum. Has been doing a great job and I highly recommend him. Furthermore, you can always review his content here on FP.

No need for "a test post". Not sure what conclusion you could draw from a single "test post" anyways.