Your Site, Now in Other Languages: Introducing the Google Translate Widget

Internationalization is essential to us, and we’re striving to make websites throughout accessible to all, resembling your worldwide followers and multilingual readers.

In the present day, we’re thrilled to introduce the Google Translate Widget, which permits you and your web site guests to immediately translate your content material into 103 languages at present supported by Google Translate.

Languages currently supported by Google Translate.

Languages at present supported by Google Translate.

The way it works

To allow computerized translation in your web site, add the Google Translate Widget in your Customizer by going to My Website(s) → Customise → Widgets. As soon as enabled, your web site guests will have the ability to entry a dropdown menu in your sidebar or footer and mechanically translate the content material into 100+ languages.

A blog post in English.

A weblog publish in English.

The blog post above, automatically translated into French with the Google Translate Widget.

The weblog publish above, mechanically translated into French with the Google Translate Widget.

Moreover, you may as well ship readers to a particular language model of your web site by including a language translation code — resembling “?lang=de” for German — to any web page URL.

You’ll discover the steps to activate the widget and use language translation codes in our Google Translate Widget support doc.

Accessible for Jetpack

The Google Translate Widget can be included in model four.four of Jetpack so you may allow computerized translation in your WordPress web site, too. Install the latest version of Jetpack on

We’re excited to supply this software to all of our customers — and make it simpler so that you can attain and join with a wider viewers around the globe.

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