At the moment, I am running my blog through Github Pages, which lets you serve a website through Jekyll. Within my site, I have MathJax enabled through the header of my theme, so all of the mathematics that are written in LaTeX are rendered beautifully on my website.
Unfortunately, the one problem I'm having is that I would ideally like the mathematics to be rendered correctly on my RSS feed. However, I don't think I can actually do this through my website.
For other blogs that I subscribe to, their mathematics renders correctly when they make the symbols render as images. These aren't exactly nice, but they do beat having a garbled mess on the text of my RSS feed.
As such, I was wondering if anyone is aware of a way to have the mathematical symbols on my website render using MathJax while simultaneously having my RSS feed pump images into the feed, so those subscribed through RSS can easily read the content on their RSS readers?