Here are some observations on presenting mathematics to our students and others on the web. My starting points are

- Mathematicians produce documents in TeX or LaTeX
- University Lab Browsers may or may not have x-tex plugins/helpers available
- Nonmathematicians do not have tex browsers/plugins available
- Embedded graphics may create special problems

- ITL Introduction to Presenting Mathematics on the Web As pdf: itlintro.pdf
- TeX PDF and Html Document Production (html version) by JL
- TeX PDF and Html Document Production (PDF Version) by JL
- Comparative Review of World-Wide-Web Mathematics Renderers by Ian Hutchinson, creator of
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_{T}H - Effective Scientific Electronic Publishing by Markus G. Kuhn, University of Cambridge
- dvipdfm by Mark A. Wicks is a DVI to PDF converter with support for hyperTeX specials (in version 0.11 and above).
- HyperTeX FAQ Some features of HyperTeX are translated to PDF by DVIPDFM and to HTML by
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_{T}H. - mathsPIC 2.1 is a PiCTeX is a preprocessor for PiCTeX graphics production
- Using TEX and LATEX with NSF FastLane Some issues regarding TeX and PDF

- A brief discussion of alternatives
- Math 181 Samples offers pdf and htm
- Presenting Math 181
- Printing Times Test
- PiCTeX is good for graphics
- Can CGI scripts be the solution for graphics?
- Web Publishing Documentation
- DVIScope from PCTeX is a Win(32 or 95) dvi viewer available in a free trial version