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How to Install a Google Translate Button in Blogger

How to Install a Google Translate Button in Blogger

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Having a language translation guide in your blog will be especially handy if you cater to an international audience. Here, Paul Crowe of Spice Up Your Blog shares with us his easy tutorial on adding a Google Translate button to your Blogger or WordPress site.

  • First, go to Google Translate then click on the Add to Your Website Now button.
  • In the next page, go to the Website Info tab and enter your blog’s URL in the What is the URL of Your Website field.
  • Go to Website Language, then indicate language you use for your blog.
  • Then go to the Plug-in Settings tab, where you can set your preferences according to what languages you want your blog to be translated to, the display mode, button style, and your button’s usage via Google Analytics.
  • Once you’re done with your settings, click on Get Code to generate your button.
  • You will be given two sets of code, the first of which is for meta, and the second for embedding your plugin to your blog. Copy the second code, then add to your Blogger via these instructions and video:/li>
  • 1. Open your Blogger > Dashboard
  • 2. Click on the dropdown menu > Layout > Add A Gadget > HTML/Javascript
  • 3. Paste the translate code that you generated and copied from Google
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