If you already have LaTeX code bits inside your texts, the WIRIS plugin will show you the actual formulas, and the WIRIS editor will allow you to edit them in WYSIWYG mode.
For exemple, imagine in your platform there is a text like:
The history of $$\sqrt(2)$$.
After installing the WIRIS plugin, students will see:
Teachers who edit the page, in the regular text editor, will see again:
If they put the cursor inside the $$...$$ marks, and click on the WIRIS editor icon, they will see:
After saving the work in WIRIS editor, they will see again:
And after saving the page, students will see, of course:
So; users see formulas, editors see LaTeX most of the time, but can edit visually a formula if they want.
This is a great feature, but please be aware that: