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ReLaXed

Beautiful PDFs from HTML
A few years ago I started an alternative to PrinceXML called ReLaXed.js [1], it's always been sufficient for my reports but it may lack some pagination/layout features that Paged.js may have as they seem to have given this much more thoughts (still wrapping my head around whether paged.js could be "plugged into" Relaxed).
MathJax

Convert latex notation to ready to be embedded Markdown
Unfortunately there is no common inbrowser Math rendering and as the referenced article points out, pictures of equations are not the solution [2]. A common mathematics rendering format is desperately needed but nobody really seems motivated to solve it.
My approach is to use MathML that is rendered natively by Firefox and use JS to render in other browsers [3]. MathJax is way too heavy the last time I checked (growing towards 1MB) [4]. Instead I use mathml, a JS library that is somewhat complete/abandoned but mostly works in about 80kB [5].
My rational for supporting Firefox's approach is that it's the browser I use, MathML is supported by W3C [6], MathML is supported by pandoc and there is a lightweight workaround for other browsers.
[2] https://danilafe.com/blog/math_rendering_is_wrong/
[3] https://coffeespace.org.uk/projects/mathmlrender.html

Menulis Notasi Matematika Menggunakan MathJax
MathJax

VS Code Markdown Preview + GH Pages?
Fundamentally, I'd love for my math/markdown notes to be portable, not just viewable via a markdown reader. Ideally, with as little work as possible I'd LOVE it if I could just publish my .md as Jekyll posts hosted on Github Pages. Unfortunately as far as I can tell, GH Pages used kramdown which accomodates mathmode for MathJax rather than KaTeX.

Building A math community.
For the technology I am going to use React and Express for the technological infrastructure. I am unsure what I am going to use for the math related structure but I am leaning towards MathJax. If you are unfamiliar with MathJax, don't worry I am making a blog post explaining what it is.

MathJax and Hugo
The is a marvelous article which explains how to use Hugo and MathJax in close harmony. Unfortunately it was written a while ago and only works for MathJax 2.x. This article updates the content of the original to MathJax > 3.1. The original is still worth reading as it nicely explains the functionality.
 What programming language would you use to create infinite maths questions?

Webpage not displaying math symbols ..
Looking at the source of the page it looks like most of the &s in the page should be actual & so that Mathjax formats the page correctly.
It looks like you tried entering LaTEX or mathML. MathML is not properly supported natively by most browsers, you need to use something like MathJax(https://www.mathjax.org/) or MathType(https://www.wiris.com/en/mathtype/).

Question about how could one implement a limit expression on my website
You could look at some libraries like http://www.mathjax.org/ , which looks like it would fit the bill. But if it's one specific expression that you're using as a slogan, I'd honestly just use an image.

1729  my mathematics blog
It's MathJax
What are some alternatives?
KaTeX  Fast math typesetting for the web.
pandoc  Universal markup converter
asciidoctorwebpdf  Convert AsciiDoc documents to PDF using web technologies
WeasyPrint  The awesome document factory
mathquill  Easily type math in your webapp
SnappySnippet  Chrome extension that allows easy extraction of CSS and HTML from selected element.
kramdown  kramdown is a fast, pure Ruby Markdown superset converter, using a strict syntax definition and supporting several common extensions.
breezypdflite  HTML/CSS/JS in, PDF out, via Chrome
SingleFile  Web Extension for Firefox/Chrome/MS Edge and CLI tool to save a faithful copy of an entire web page in a single HTML file