mathjaxthirdpartyextensions
A list of MathJax extensions provided by thirdparty contributors.
Note The old version of this repository was retired alongside the MathJax CDN; see #39.
Third Party Extensions

arabic.js
 TeX input extension that provides basic Arabic support.

mhchem
 TeX input extension for typesetting chemical equations, by the maintainer of the original
mhchem
LaTeX package.
 TeX input extension for typesetting chemical equations, by the maintainer of the original

img
 TeX input extension for using images

xyjax
 TeX input extension for typesetting
xypic
diagrams.
 TeX input extension for typesetting

siunitx
 TeX input extension implementing much of the
siunitx
LaTeX package.
 TeX input extension implementing much of the

physics
 TeX input extension implementing much of the
physics
LaTeX package.
 TeX input extension implementing much of the
Legacy extension
You can find older (unmaintained) extensions in the legacy
folder of this repository.
Contributing
Add your extension! Simply create a pull request adding a link to README.md
.
Please structure your extension along the lines of existing thirdparty extensions. In particular, make sure that
 Add a
README
file Include basic usage information for your extension (see other extensions for inspiration).
 Add a license.
 We require Apachelicense2compatible licenses.
 Custom path in
loadComplete
call The
loadComplete
call in your extension should be of the form[myextension]/filename.js
to work generically with third party locations.  Note a clash of your prefix with another extension's prefix will usually mean that people can't use both extensions at the same time.
 The
 Tag it!
 individual releases allow version specific loading from CDN providers.
We also suggest submitting your extension to cdnjs and jsdelivr  and of course there's always rawgit.com.
Using third party extensions.
For more details, see the MathJax documentation.
A) Specify the path, e.g.,
<script type="text/xmathjaxconfig">
MathJax.Ajax.config.path["spiffy"] = "https://path/to/spiffy";
</script>
or equivalently,
<script type="text/javascript">
window.MathJax = {
AuthorInit: function () {
MathJax.Ajax.config.path["spiffy"] = "https://path/to/spiffy";
}
};
</script>
B) Add the extension to your configuration, e.g.,
MathJax.Hub.Config({
extensions: ["[spiffy]/spiffy.js"]
});
Writing extensions
The MathJax documentation contains a tutorial on extension writing.
Afterwards, you might want to start by looking at some of the extensions here and the MathJax core extensions.
Building / Regenerating extensions
npm install
# remove old cruft:
npm run clean
# implies a rebuild
npm test
Note that the MathJaxsiunitx
extension has its own package.json, which you must update separately when newer releases of npm packages become available, but for (re)building siunitx
from scratch, all you need is invocing npm run clean; npm test
in the base directory.