Enable visitors to translate your site in their language in one click with the Bing Translator plugin from Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.
You can install this plugin from within WordPress under Plugins > Add New and search for "Bing Translator."
If you prefer to manually install the plugin, simply:
bing-translatorfolder to the
Video: Installing & Configuring Bing Translator for WordPress
There are three different ways you can add the Bing Translator widget to your site's pages:
Add Bing Translator using WordPress Widget
The easiest way to add the Bing Translator to your site is by using a WordPress widget:
Video: Adding Bing Translator to WordPress using WordPress Widgets
Add Bing Translator using WordPress Shortcodes
The Bing Translator plugin also allows you to add the Bing Translator to individual content pages and posts using WordPress shortcodes:
[bing_translator]shortcode will be placed within the content area. Note: this widget displays inline, so you may wish to add a line break before and after to make sure it clears your existing content.
Video: Adding Bing Translator to WordPress using Shortcodes
Add Bing Translator using Template Tags
If you're a theme or plugin developer, you can add the Bing Translator directly to your WordPress theme's template files using a special PHP template tag:
<?php bing_translator(); ?>
Video: Adding Bing Translator to WordPress using PHP Template Tags
Marking Content That Should Not be Translated
If you have content within a post, page or custom post type that you'd like Bing Translator to skip when translating, you can wrap that content in the
The content you selected will not be translated, regardless of the visitor's settings.
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.11
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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