This describes the easiest and most direct way to put math on the Web accessibly. There are many advanced options for putting math online; however, you must know all of the following information.

- The language you will write the math in (TeX, LaTeX, MathML, or something else)
- The type of HTML document you will be creating (HTML 4, XHTML, or HTML 5)
- The correct doctype declaration to use

This tutorial will show you the simplest way to put math online, even if you do now know all of the above information.

### How to Add the Math Equation to Your Page

- Create the equation in MathType.
- Set your cut and copy preferences in MathType as follows:
- Go to the “Preferences” menu.
- Select “Cut and Copy Preferences…”
- Select the “MathML or TeX” option.
- Choose either of the following:
- “LaTeX 2.09 and later”
- “Plain TeX”

- Uncheck “Include MathType data in translation.”

- Copy the equation from MathType.
- Paste the equation into your HTML editor.
- Include the following code in the <head> section of your page:

<script type=”text/javascript” src=”http://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML”></script>

### Video Tutorial

### Additional Resources

- NC State users can download MathType from Software Licensing.
- MathJax.