On the basis of WikiMatrix I selected Tikiwiki for the website I am trying to build for my students. I teach physics and philosophy, and for the former I really NEED to have editable equations in the wiki pages. The promise was that there was a plugin that would allow the use of LaTeX math markup to produce equations in TikiWiki pages.
Now it appears I made a mistake and this plugin has been pulled a couple of years ago for security issues that were never patched? Am I wrong and just not finding the plug in (or ANY plugin that will allow decently readable formulas)... or is this irreparable? Is it possible with PhpWiki (the other wiki supported by the host I chose because they had TikiWiki)? Or in some other way?
We don't need a lot... superscripts and subscripts, roots, quotients. But we do need such to make the wiki work for the classes. Any advice / help / suggestions / sympathy would be greatly appreciated! I'm rather a neophyte with all this, so very simple and obvious advice is probably just as necessary as more sophisticated