Creating tables with [[math]] isn't possible anymore.

Here is table:

Which dosen't works at all. Simpler tables also dosen't work. Please help with it. It is very important function. Especially for educational sites.

Source code of that table:

@@[[math]]

\begin{tabular}{|clc|c|c|c|c|}

\hline

x_i & n_i & n_{isk} & x^._i & x^._i \cdot n_i & Pozycje \\ \hline

1-3 & 4 & 0+4=4 & (1+3):2=2 & 8 & \3-5 & 7 & 4+7=11 & (3+5):2=4 & 28 & pozMe, pozD\5-7 & 2 & 11+2=13 &(5+7):2=6 & 12 & \7-9 & 3 & 13+3=16 & (7+9):2=8 & 24 & \9-11 & 4 & 16+4=20 & (9+11):2=10 & 40 & \\ \hline

Razem & 20 & & & 112 & \\hline

\end{tabular}

[[/math]]@@

If this isn't a bug, then please write in comments how to change LaTeX code

I am sorry but for LaTeX we fully rely on MathJax. And MathJax does not support the

tabularenvironment, because, as they claim, it is not math-related.If you think MathJax should support

tabular, the only thing you can do is to contact MathJax developers and convince them this should be done.Our rationale for using MathJax can be found in our blog post: Beautiful math.

As an alternative solution, you can use wiki's table or advanced table structures. I do not recall other available LaTeX environments, but MathJax supports

array,matrixand their variations — perhaps they can be used in your case.Regards,

Michal

Michał Frąckowiak @ Wikidot Inc.

Visit my blog at michalf.me

ReplyOptionsThank you for your reply. I will try to change tables then.

Dzięki! :]

Wszyscy wiedzą, że czegoś nie da się zrobić. I wtedy pojawia się ten jeden, który nie wie, że się nie da, i on właśnie to coś robi.

Źródło: Leksykon złotych myśli, wyboru dokonał Krzysztof Nowak, Warszawa 1998.

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