At work, we have a website where Content Writers submit Math Formulas to a Graphic Artist which makes an IMAGE of the Math Formula, which is in tun put up on the website for visitors to see.
This is a problem for a lot of obvious reasons!!
We would like to improve this outdated approach, and have the following needs...
1.) Content Writers should be able to enter Math Formulas in some type of Editor
2.) Content Writers should be able to edit Math Formulas in some type of Editor
3.) Ideally the Math Formulas would NOT be IMAGES so that they are easier to change, display, better supported across devices, take up less space, and look better than a possibly pixelated images, and so on...
Is there an easy way to achieve all of that on a website using some add-on?
I believe you can do a fair amount with Math Formulas in HTML 4, but since the people writing content are not programmers, this doesn't really help.
And since our development staff isn't very sophisticated, writing a UI that would leverage HTML4's Math capabilities is again not a practical solution.
I thought there were some open-source solutions out there where you could enter a Math Formula and it used vectors or something to draw a dynamic representation that was very well supported across browsers and devices?
Would someone please help educate me on this topic and let me know if there are any ways to accomplish what I described above.