# Preserve Verbatim Text Completely

Hi,

I have been using zim to create and export my website. Now, I would like to use MathJaX in my websites in order to depict the math I want to use. I have created a template which is a copy of Default_with_index template, where the resulting webpages load the MathJaX script. That's not a problem.

However, my next problem is to protect the MathJaX I use from the zim parser and keep it completely intact through the parsing process. Is this possible? Is there some sort of way, where one write something like in wiki

<donotparsetag>

\begin{align}

\lim\limits_{x \to 0} \int \limits_\Omega f dx = 0

\end{align}

<donotparsetagend>

which then translates into

\begin{align}

\lim\limits_{x \to 0} \int \limits_\Omega f dx = 0

\end{align}

in the html file (without <br> and <tt>) tags? I've seen that verbatim does that by just adding pre, may be a similar mode can be created which does not even attach <pre>?

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