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Thread began 5/09/2013 8:03 am by olivier | Last modified 5/09/2013 9:50 am by Jason Byrnes | 360 views | 1 replies |


power-CMS editor features

I use power-CMS on a site for teaching mathematics.
I have to be able to use in dynamic content ranges Latex code that is interpreted on the fly by MathJax plugin. For this, I must be able to enter without being eliminated by the publisher backslash (\). example
$ \ sum_ {k = 0} ^ {n} {\ frac {1} {k (k +1)} $.
How to set the editor such as this becomes possible?
Sorry for my broken English.

Olivier Walter

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

if the backslashes are being removed from content, that would indicate the the server has the GPC_Magic_Quotes setting enabled in the file. you should have the host turn that setting off.

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