Hi there - I'm experimenting with using GitHub pages in combination with Jekyll to make a blog that allows me to write Latex equations. I've noticed is that the rendered output looks slightly different, spacing-wise, from latex rendering here. In particular I find that a \frac will actually touch what follows it when there needs to be a bit of space in between.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

To solve I've used a \<space> after the \frac but does anyone know what config setting physicsforums use? I'd like to dig around to see what tweaking is possible on GitHub pages but I'm not sure what to look for.

It's worth mentioning that I'm a total Latex newb as well.

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# LaTeX Tweaking Latex rendering (for GitHub pages)

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