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  1. Marian Olejar Says:


    1) I would like to know terms and conditions of using mathurl on other websites

    2) I would like to know if is there any way to generate images via params like http://mathurl.com/?someparam=\left( \frac{1}{2} \right) or someting else

    3) maybe you can add paypal’s “donate me” button to mathurl for keeping this site alive

    • mathurl Says:

      Hi Marian,

      1. I do this as a hobby, so as long as it doesn’t cost me a lot of money or cause me a lot of work, it’s all fine. In particular, you are allowed to embed mathURL images on other websites.

      2. This is specifically not allowed, because it would enable automatic use of mathURL as a LaTeX backend, rather than as an interactive service as intended. If you’re looking for something like this, try http://www.forkosh.dreamhost.com/source_mathtex.html

      3. Thanks for the suggestion.

  2. Brad Says:


    I use URL something like this: http://mathurl.com/5jm93m.png.
    Does mathurl have storage for images?
    Or do you use other sites for storing images?
    Or are you generating png on the fly?

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