How to Add Translation Flags on Your Website

Picture this: A non-English speaking person visits your website/blog. That visitor is looking at the particular content your website has for a school project. Unfortunately, he can only understand so much. If only he can read English, maybe he'd even refer your website to his classmates. Better traffic for you, right? What to do, what to do. Easy. Put up a language translation flags widget on your site. When that person sees his country's flag, he'll stay and at the same time pass around your content. Cool eh?

The following translation code spans 12 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, and Simplified Chinese. The tool looks like below in a horizontal row:




It doesn't matter if you're using Blogger, Wordpress or a website. Download the Notepad file first (the link below) then just copy and paste the code inside it on your widget gadget. You're good as done.

Download code here

Hope this helps you and your website. If you found this helpful, why not share the post?

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2 comments :

  1. Thanks for the tip. I added it to my site.

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  2. Linguanet they provide any language Translations also, If you look for translator that can translate any language Linguanet will be suitable for you, they provide any kind of language by the help of their young translators.

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