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Translator is a free translation button provided by ConveyThis that allows your visitors to translate your blog into hundreds of different languages instantly! The button is added automatically to the top of every post.
ConveyThis started in 2008 as a quick, easy-to-install widget for webmasters to add to their websites to provide instant and accurate translations to their visitors with little effort, setup, or maintenance. Now, ConveyThis has adapted its format to make this setup even easier for the millions of webmasters and developers runnings blogs and other sites from WordPress by creating this simple, easy-to-use plugin. ConveyThis launched as a platform for free, crowdsourced translation for apps, websites, and software over five years ago, and continues to grow today, with thousands of projects translated and tens of thousands of registered, volunteer translators. As a means of bridging the gap for webmasters with less technical background, ConveyThis has developed the Translate widget as a way to provide website translation fast and easy to install no matter what the skill level, and for bloggers on WordPress, this simple, easy-to-use plugin was created to make the process even more seamless.
ConveyThis is powered by Google Translate and combines all its translation functionality into one small, easy to use button.
Simply install the Translator plugin via your admin panel, select what language your blog's posts are written in, choose a button style, click "save," and you're done!
Once installed, the button will appear at the top of the individual posts, allowing your visitors to select their language and instantly translate your blog's content. It's that easy!
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ConveyThis supports over 100 languages.
Requires: 2.6.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.4.4
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Active Installs: 100+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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