Enable visitors to translate your site in their language in one click with the Bing Translator plugin from Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.
No, this plugin is completely free.
There's no limit.
No. The plugin uses the language settings in WordPress. Find out more about WordPress in your language.
The Bing Translator widget is displayed on the site using the visitor's browser language settings.
To see how the Bing Translator widget looks in German, you need to change your browser accept-language setting to German.
Instructions to change default browser language settings for:
Yes. However, the Bing Translator will only show on each page once. So, it's best to decide on one implementation (Widget, Template Tag, or Shortcode) and stick with it.
[notranslate][/notranslate] shortcode will protect content from being translated regardless of how you embed the Bing Translator on your site.
[bing_translator]shortcode to each piece of content on which you'd like it to appear.
If you're implementing the Bing Translator plugin using WordPress Shortcodes or Template Tags, you can change the output by passing along an array of arguments.
Here are the possible arguments:
** Passing arguments to Shortcode **
[bing_translator align="center" enable_ctf="yes" mode="manual" theme="dark"]
** Passing arguments to Template Tag **
bing_translator( array( 'align' => '', 'enable_ctf' => yes, 'mode' => 'manual', 'theme' => 'dark', ) );
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-6-10
Active Installs: 2,000+
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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