With a code snippet added to the top of your page, you can insert a "Translate the Page" box on a webpage.
*This code doesn't currently work for the large home page with the middle row and bottom row blocks.
To insert the Google Translate button on a page:
Your button should look like this:
How To Add Google Translate Button On Your Webpage?
Google Translate is a free multilingual machine translation service developed by Google, to translate text from one language into another. It offers a website interface, mobile apps for Android and iOS, and an API that helps developers build browser extensions and software applications. Google Translate supports over 100 languages at various levels. Follow the steps to add a google translate button on your website: Step 1: Start with a basic web page and add a “div” element. In the code below a “div” element with the id “google_translate_element” is created.
Step 2: Add google translate api reference.
Output after translating into Arabic:
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Create the Static HTML. We start with the bare-bones HTML page. ... .
Add Dropdown Click Handler. ... .
Add JQuery AJAX Call To Invoke Google Translate API. ... .
Add The Form Placeholder Update Code. ... .
Add Login for “click” Event Handler..
Define key value pairs of text translation in json file.
STEP 1: Create Translation Function..
STEP 2: Switch Language Function. ... .
STEP 3: Define Your Translation Text in JSON. ... .
STEP 4: Embed Translation into Your Website. ... .
How do I embed Google Translate in HTML?
To insert the Google Translate button on a page:.
Copy the following code snippet - <div id="google_translate_element"></div> ... .
Go to your desired page and click Edit..
Click on the Source Code Icon "<>" in the WYSIWYG toolbar..
Paste the code snippet at the top of the page, before any of the other code..
Click "Preview Draft".
Is Google Translate API free?
The Google Translate API is provided to you without any free usage quota at all. You will be charged for each successful request you make through the Translate API.