Many people are working on ways to make mathematical notation easier
to display on the web.
None of these methods is
without fault; most are in beta version, and most rely on the user (or web
page author) having particular software
and/or technical expertise. Don't let this
discourage you, however;
you might find an option here that suits your needs.
We recommend starting with the Swarthmore Summer Project for the Implementation of Mathematical
Software on the Web:
 SPIMSOW  Explore the capabilities of the new Web versions of Mathematica, Maple,
and MathView; with tutorials on configuring the software and on creating
your own Web notebooks using the software.
Special markup:
 WebEQ Equation
Rendering 
A java applet which processes math tags embedded in HTML code.
 MINSE 
Expressions specified in this system adapt to the type of media available.
 TTMath 
Uses HTML, TrueType Fonts, and TeX to achieve math symbols; readers must download font
package to view such pages.
 Hyperlatex 
An independent markup language which outputs both DVI and HTML files.
TeXbased:
Plugins:
 IBM
techexplorer 
A TeX and LaTeX viewer plugin for Netscape and Internet Explorer. Windows only.
 Adobe Acrobat
Reader  Allows users to view, navigate, and print PDF files. Crossplatform.
 MathView 
Use this plugin to view and interact with MathView files. From Waterloo
Maple.
 nDVI  A DVI viewer plugin for Netscape. Unix only.
Other viewers:
 IDVI  A DVI viewer written in Java, which can be embedded in web pages.
 Mathbrowser 
A web browser designed for viewing Mathcad documents. Windows only.
