Translate Website Content

Have a problem in reading the content of websites that using different languages with the language that we use?
with this technique we can translate all the websites that we want to read into the language we understand.

on the previous post I’ve explained the technique to translate the contents of our own website, this time I will explain how we read / translate the website content into the language we understand.

Here is the way :

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http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=en&tl=id&u=http://http://www.thewebsite.com/

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copy and placed the code above to the URL in the web browser address, then press enter.
and the results, the website that we want to read has translated into the language that we want.

note : you can change http://www.thewebsite.com into website address that you want to read.

for example : http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=en&tl=id&u=http://www.yahoo.com/

the point is, we can change one language to another language that we want,  just by manipulate the script below :
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Translator for Our Website

translate our website content into a different language

The way that our website can be read by others who use different language with us is just put this script into our website HTML script, we can put it on inside the <body> tag.

Here is the script (in this case we transalte from English into Bahasa (indonesian language) :

<a href=http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=en&tl=id&u=http://yoursite.com/“> Bahasa Indonesia</a>

you can change http://yoursite.com into your own website or blog

the point is, we can change one language to another language that we want,  just by manipulate the script below :

http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=en&tl=id&u=http://yoursite.com/

1. hl is about the language, the Google Translate webpage itself will be rendered in (guess: hl; means “hailing language” or “hallo language”)

2. sl is about the source language for the translation.

3. tl is about the termination language. (i.e. the output/destination of the translation)

you can check the country code to fill out hl, sl and tl here

thats all we have to do

for another language :

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