L a T e X is a great tool for printable professional-looking documents, but can be also used to generate PDF files with excellent navigation tools. This article describes how to create hyperlinks in your document, and how to set up L a T e X documents to be viewed with a PDF-reader. Let's start with a minimal working example, by simply importing the hyperref package all cross-referenced elements become hyperlinked.
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If you are a coauthor you can get started by adding some content to it. Click the Insert or Insert Figure button below or drag and drop an image onto this text. This post comes in the context of a series of healthy discussion pieces on authoring scientific content for the web: 1 1 The author has his own torch in hand: I am a core contributor to LaTeXML and an enthusiastic developer at Authorea.
In reality however, most browsers can not handle MathML. Firefox is the only browser that has been able to able to display MathML-formulas for years. As of JulySafari 5.
LaTeX enables typesetting of hyperlinks, useful when the resulting format is PDF, and the hyperlinks can be followed. It does so using the package hyperref. The package hyperref  provides LaTeX the ability to create hyperlinks within the document.