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Add Google Translate for Website

Updated on March 25, 2011

Now you could develop website with multiple languages with ease. Just add in Google Translator in your website. With more languages option, your website will reach more audience. Plus, you don't have hire a translator to do it.

To add in google translator for your website, just go to Google Translate Gadget.

Then change the settings for the gadget, adjust the height and weight and if you want, you could change the title as well. Modify the corners according to your site design.

Then click Get Code to add in the gadget, copy and paste the code in your website page.

Google Translate For Website

Adjust the settings
Adjust the settings
Copy and Paste Google Translate Code To Your Site. Copy Your Code ! Not Mine.
Copy and Paste Google Translate Code To Your Site. Copy Your Code ! Not Mine.

Google Translate Installation in Joomla 1.5

If you want to add in joomla, then you could add in the gadget by installing easy adsense module, to get the module , go to Easy Adsense Module

I tried with one joomla module with Google Translator, but it gave me some errors while using Google Chrome.

Install the module as usual and the paste the code in adsense code field. Enable the module and position the module at the location you want and save.

To view Google Translator in action, please visit Penang Website Design. Good luck!

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      Matthew 7 years ago

      Great tips you've got here. Keep the good job going.

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      Eidul Ameen Bin Sahul Hamid 7 years ago from Part Buntar, Malaysia

      It made web designers job much more easier.

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      H P Roychoudhury 7 years ago from Guwahati, India

      This is the gift of modern technology.