# Wrong HTML rendering of inequality signs

I'm seeing some TeX formulas such as $i<k-1$ rendered with &lt in HTML where there should probably have been &lt; with a terminating semicolon. For example from this question:

(Note: the linked question has since been edited to put the inequality outside TeX, working around the bug, but the formula at the beginning of this question still exhibits the bug).

Firefox, both Windows and Linux. (Screenshot is from Iceweasel 2.5.16 on Debian).

The problem does not appear to happen in preview -- only on the initial load of a page.

Bump: Any news? Davide's answer suggests that this should be just a matter of typo fixing.

• Right in the first line of this very meta question. To double check, the raw HTML I get from http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/3973/wrong with wget includes the passage I'm seeing some TeX formulas such as $i&ltk-1$ rendered... May 1, 2012 at 16:48