Suppressing numbers in Franklin as default behavior

I was wondering if it was possible to universally suppress numberings of equations in Franklin, by chance? In particular, it would be awesome if there was a way to have the behavior of KaTeX and/or Franklin mimic the usual LaTeX behavior when using \[ and \], which, by default, is unnumbered. (While \begin{equation} ... \end{equation} should give the equation a number.)

From this post, I know that we can wrap things in \nonumber and/or use \begin{equation*} and its corresponding \end{equation*}, but I have a number of markdown posts that are already written and Iā€™m mostly porting over! While writing a script to convert everything to use \begin{equation*} and \end{equation*} would be a fun little exercise, it also breaks the standard TeX flow :slight_smile:

Thank you all in advance for the help!

Numbering is not handled by Franklin but by CSS. If you want to fully discard numbering, you can remove the corresponding CSS and no number will be shown anywhere (other than those explicitly added via KaTeX e.g. using \tag).

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Brilliant! Thank you, wow I totally missed that CSS line it seems! :slight_smile: