# Rendering $\LaTeX$ Using $\KaTeX$

## by Subhomoy Haldar

1 Introduction
2 Basic Structure
3 Adding $\KaTeX$ to our Project
4 Configuring $\KaTeX$
5 Conclusion
HTML by itself, supports superscripts and subscripts. With a little more difficulty, we can manage fractions. However, it quickly becomes cumbersome for more complicated content, such as aligned equation arrays or matrices. Enter $\TeX$$^1, an open-source typesetting system made by Donald Knuth.^2 It is a very stable software in extensive use in academia to generate high quality documents with a myriad of equations and symbols embedded in them. The most popular variant is \LaTeX$$^3$, by Leslie Lamport.$^4$