try.html for testing

\begin{document} \maketitle This is an experiment with verbatim \[ \sqrt{2} \] %place text here In TeX the phrase ``\verb=\TeX= " is printed thus \TeX. \\ And `` \verb=\LaTeX=" comes out looking like \LaTeX. Rats, ltmml.js does not have the \verb function built in, but something happens, it shaves off the space followed by the f in function.

Note that in HTML the < and > are inescapable unless their 
content is not recognizable (if incomprehensible then print it
literally, just as in TeX, "backslash unknown" prints that.
Hence, we trick HTML by using the "ampersand identifier semicolon" 
syntax as below.


< div class="literalblock" >  
< div class="content" >  
< pre >  
< tt > 
e^&#960;i^+1 = 0. H~2~O and x^10^. Some ^super text^
and \~some sub text\~ except that the tildes around "some sub text" 
don't make it if the div is still inside lttml because of the LaTeX
space meaning. On the other hand, escaping the tilde  
< /div>  
< /div> 
I think that mixing HTML with TeX is not good for writing about either languange, but is good for making web readable geometrical documents. \end{document}