It seems that we're somewhere in the queue for a site CSS adjustment, accompanied by the new profile pages. Since the CSS is getting a makeover, I would like to float this idea: can we change the font to something that gets along better with the MathJax font?
Currently, posts with MathJax look something like this:
(this example). Note how the math tends to stick out like a sore thumb, to the point that I often do things like
10<sup>-9</sup> s to keep the text streamlined, unless I really need the maths. Ideally, within the LaTeX paradigm - i.e. in the style used by all serious physics journals - the math will blend in perfectly:
Now, I know that this is quite a lot to ask, since the site font is currently very sans-serif, but over in Chemistry SE's gorgeous new design it does work much better (with a serif font):
So: can we move over in that direction somewhat?