# Maths on the web (Mathjax, MathML etc)

LaTeX is amazing. Mathjax allows LaTeX equations to be rendered properly depending on the browser and device but using Javascript (i.e. isn’t static). So when Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) doesn’t allow custom Javascript to be used, what do I do? I look to static solutions, and the closest alternative I find is MathML–not exactly a solution when Firefox has been the only browser with native support for years, yet MathML is part of HTML5. So while my website might not satisfy Google AMP criteria, I think I’m sticking with Mathjax (which works seamlessly with Kramdown) for now.