I was planning on working a couple blocks (a block entails 2 hours) on this post but ran out of time. The reason for it is that I will be collaborating with a group by posting some of their articles in my blog. It appears that the group uses Google Docs to create the text for their posts. For text I use Microsoft Word and for diagrams Microsoft Visio.
I have never before directly included a Google Docs on WordPress. That is the reason I had to learn the process, and check for possible caveats. That took some additional effort and time. If interested it seem that the section Use Google Docs to Post to WordPress on Resource Center provides the necessary steps.
Posting to WordPress from Google Docs is easy with the add-on for WordPress.com (Jetpack). Before continuing, make sure you have a free Google/Gmail account, that Jetpack is installed and configured on your WordPress site, and that you have registered with a WordPress.com account through Jetpack.
Make sure you take into accounts the prerequisites paragraph in the section in question. I just made sure I complied. At this time I am using the FREE version of Jetpack for WordPress. I am considering a paid subscription but have not committed to it yet. Continue reading “Partition Labels in Java”