So you run a website about math, physics or chemistry? You shouldn’t have to struggle to display scientific formulas and equations on your pages. Not when plugins like Equation Editor can make the job easy. Simply click on the appropriate button on the TinyMCE editor to start putting your equations together.
With the CodeCogs Latex Editor, you will be able to create graphical equations. You also get the Wiris Editor to handle math, physics, and chemistry formulas. The plugin lets you add complex equations to any post type that you like.
You can try this plugin for free at this time. More info is available here.