In this tutorial, I will explain how to add google language translator with your WordPress site. If you want this, your website will support the multiple languages so that your site visitors can read your content in their own language, then there are two ways to implement this:
For the option 1, ask your website developer or your technology partner to develop your website which supports multiple languages to read the content.
It will be costly to develop a multi-language website for some specific language. You have to spend money to translate your whole website’s content in other languages.
This is the very simple and easy way to support your website for multiple languages. In this option, you don’t need to re-write your content in other languages.
When you add the Google language translator in your website, then it will automatically translate your website’s content in different languages. Follow the below steps to add Google language translator on your WordPress site.
Step 1) Download the latest version of Google Language Translator WordPress plugin from wordpress.org plugin directory.
Step 2) Login to your website admin panel and navigate to the Plugins => Add New.
Step 3) Click on upload plugin button.
Step 4) Select the downloaded .zip file and click on Install Now button.
Step 5) After the installation, click on Activate button to enable the plugin features on your website.
After activated, Navigate to Google Language Translator page and configure the plugin as per your requirement.
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