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MathJax/LaTeX is used in displaying math equations and expressions more elegantly. I've seen it most widely used in the mathematics department of StackExchange. What I am inquiring about is if there is a site that is used solely for the purpose of writing MathJax/LaTeX code and displaying its translation. I would like to show a person my custom example using MathJax, but I don't know of any way of showing it to him. What would be ideal is if I could give him a URL that takes him to a site showing the content I've written in MathJax. Any help would be appreciated.

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How about the Formatting Sandbox on the Mathematics Meta site, where you indicate that MathJax is supported and enabled?

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I found a website here from another question -- but thanks for the help. I'll accept your question when I can. – David Apr 11 '12 at 23:33
@David you could also post your link as an answer... – davidsleeps Apr 11 '12 at 23:35
@davidsleeps done :) – David Apr 11 '12 at 23:36
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Online LaTeX Equation Editor --

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