Friday, June 14, 2013

How to add Google translator plugin for websites and blogger

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Hello bloggers and webmaster, I think you all have a visitors from various locations, most probably all websites are available in English languages for global understanding,eventhough some country people not move from there native language, for those people we have to make our blog or website to be flexible to translate,
Google Translate website tool is been available for free and it can be easy to instal, it can easily customizable, traceable (using Google analytics) and efficient,
google translate for websites

Google translate plugin automatically examines the site language and visitors languages and make suggestion for translation, it is more flexible comparing to other translation plugin like Microsoft translation,

Steps to setup Google translate

  • Point to Google translation tools,
  • In first step, You need to enter your website info like website URL and website language,
  • In second step, You need to choose the available languages for translation, Display layout and some automated customizable settings for translation.
  • Finally hit Get code,
  • Now you can get two different codes from website tools, First code have been placed in between </head> tag,
  • Remaining code has need to placed where you need to display the plugin part, may be in header part or side widget area,

Steps to setup in Blogger

  • Login to your blogger account,
  • Point to layout section,
  • In sidebar widget section, hit Add widget, and select Translate

    blogger translate gadget
  • Customize the gagget and hit save,
i hope this may helpful to customize your site, if you had any trouble while adding this tool, comment below

1 comment:

  1. It's more efficient from a marketing and SEO point of view to localize your website, rather than add a google translate button to it. The localization can be done easily with tools like https://poeditor.com/ and a bunch of helpful translators.

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