Installing Google Translate Widget (1)

Posted on October 3, 2011

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People admit that being able to speak many languages is a valuable asset. Many people earn their living by depending on their multi-languages widely used in the world. Indeed, with those languages, we can communicate very well with other people in different countries and languages.

So our blog does, its language is very important. Whatever we want to tell to the readers, they won’t understand due to the unknown language. For those who have blogs with multi-countries and languages readers, I have a solution to the problem. A widget from Google can translate the content of our blog into a selected language easily, called Google Translate. With Google Translate Widget, you will not be confused with the language problems; you just need to be more creative to fill your blog with your own language and let “Google translate” translate your contents to other languages.

Google Translate Widget can be found here at: http://translate.google.com . The widget looks like:

 

http://www.gmodules.com/gadgets/ifr?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2Fig%2Fmodules%2Ftranslatemypage.xml&container=default&view=home&lang=all&country=ALL&debug=0&nocache=0&sanitize=0&v=aa4744042ead218a&source=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blogspottutorial.com%2F2009%2F01%2Finstalling-google-translate-widget-1.html&parent=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blogspottutorial.com%2F2009%2F01%2Finstalling-google-translate-widget-1.html&libs=core%3Acore.io#up_source_language=en&st=%25st%25
Gadgets powered by Google

 

Below are the steps to install it in Blogger:

  1. Login to blogger with your ID
  2. Click Layout
  3. Click Page Element tab
  4. Click Add A Gadgetaddgadget
  5. Click the sign plus (+) for HTML/JavaScripthtml
  6. Copy and paste the Google Translate code into the available area.
  7. Click Save button
  8. Done

The steps above are to install the original Google Translate widget; on the next opportunity, I will discuss and explain how to install Google Translate widget in different ways and will look as flags of nations in the world, this is a very interesting modification from Kang Rohman. Don’t miss it.

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Posted in: Google API, Translate