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Google Translate

Google Translate is a free online language translation service that is available in over 90 languages. Users can translate both text and speech from one language to another. In order to use the service, you must sign in with a Google account. Google Translate provides three options for translating text: (1) Translate, (2) Conjugate, and (3) Copy. To translate text, the user simply pastes the text into the Translate window and then clicks on the translation button. The translation appears in the translation window. To conjugate text, the user pastes the text into the Conjugate window and then clicks on the translation button. The translation appears in the translation window. To copy text, the user pastes the text into the Copy window and then clicks on the translation button. The translation appears in the translation window.


google translate widget

Google Translate Widget HTML Code

Google Translate widget for your website The Google Translate widget is a translation tool that enables you to add a translation function to your website in just few seconds. The widget is very easy to use and includes the option to change the language of the translation in just one click.

Adding Google Translate to a Webpage

You can put a "Translate the Page" box on a webpage with a code snippet added to the top of your page.

How to put the Google Translate button on a page?

  1. Copy the following code snippet
  2. Paste the code snippet at the top of the page, before any of the other code.
  3. Publish page.

Your button should look like this:

Google Translate Widget

 Customize Google Translate Widget

You Can Easily Remove the "Powered by Google Translate" watermark from this widget with a simple css code. just copy and paste it into your css theme.