But the UX for the Luddites people who disable JS seems pretty bad — they get a page that’s blank but for a little bitty textarea. Why not use a PRE element instead? Then they see a full page, and it’s even in a Luddite-friendly monospaced font.
Putting it in a <noscript> element, might help the reader. Not sure if you can make your code look at another element that easily though…
I really like it! The pdf-based look (I assume) is remarkably similar to the styling I use on my website (example of a post). Is this a coincidence?
Anyway, if I had preferred dynamically rendered math I might have switched to TexMe.
Thank you for the feedback. The default stylesheet is indeed inspired by how Chrome and Firefox rendered PDFs when I began writing this tool. I guess that explains the similarity of the styling with that of your posts. :-) The styling of your posts look cool. You have a wonderful blog with great content. Thanks for sharing it here.