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Use Google Translate and WordPress (easy add-on and SEO compatible)

How to configure the Google WordPress translator

dbfc60b99dd357e490f84ef7099dc25cAuthor Colin Posted onLast updated: 27 juillet 2022

¿Quieres use Google Translate con WordPress to start automatically offering the content of your site in new languages?

Google Translate makes it easy to quickly create a multilingual WordPress site.

However, you’ll want to pay attention to how you implement Google Translate on your WordPress site so that you can fully realize the benefits of a multilingual website when it comes to SEO and user experience.

In this post, you will learn the two main approaches to using Google Translate on your WordPress site. Then, we will show you step by step how you can use Google Translate to automatically create a multilingual site that is easy to use and compatible with SEO with TranslatePress.

Forms of using Google Translate with WordPress

At a high level, there are two ways to use Google Translate with WordPress:

  1. Add a dynamic Google Translate widget : You can add a simple Google Translate widget that allows visitors to translate content into any language. However, this happens dynamically, much like the Chrome browser allows you to automatically translate a site into your preferred language.
  2. Use Google Translate to generate isatic content : Use Google Translate to automatically translate your site’s content into new languages ​​and then store those translations in your site’s database.

While using the dynamic widget method is simple, it has two major flaws:

  1. Non compatible avec le référencement  : Because the widget dynamically translates your site content, Google can’t index your translated content, which means you’ll miss out on the many benefits of multilingual SEO altogether.
  2. Can’t edit translations – You won’t be able to edit any of the dynamic translations, which means you’re completely at the mercy of Google Translate’s automatic translations. That’s not always optimal for important pages, as machine translations aren’t always accurate.

For those reasons, most sites should use the second approach, which is what we’ll show you in this tutorial.

Use Google Translate to automatically translate on the WordPress site, improve translations manually, and alphabetize them in your site’s database:

  • Google and other search engines can index content for each language, giving you the opportunity to increase your traffic from search engines (by reaching search engines in new languages).
  • Once you use machine translations to translate your site, you can go back and manually edit those translations if needed. This still saves you time, while ensuring you can have human-approved translations for key content.

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TranslatePress is the simplest form of translation on the WordPress site. It is fast, not slowed down on the website, works with the CUALQUIER theme or is complementary and SEO friendly.

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Join Google Translate and WordPress with TranslatePress

To use Google Translate with WordPress, you can use the free TranslatePress add-on.

TranslatePress lets you use Google Translate to translate all of your site’s content, even down to your contact forms, products and SEO metadata. To translate all the important SEO elements on the page (things like page title, description, URL slug & more) you’ll need the SEO Pack add-on (available in the premium version).

The powerful thing with TranslatePress is that, once you’ve generated your site’s translations using Google Translate, TranslatePress locally stores those translations in your WordPress site’s database. Again, this means that you can:

  • Rank the translated version(s) of your multi language website in Google and other search engines.
  • Manually adjust the Google Translate text if needed.

Once you have Google Translate generate your site’s translations, you’ll be able to use a visual editor to manage them as needed:

translation management

TranslatePress will also add a front-end language switcher so that visitors can choose their preferred languages.

How much will Google Translate cost?

You can use Google Translate with the free version of TranslatePress at WordPress.org. However, you may need to pay Google for access to the Google Translate API depending on your usage.

You can translate up to 500,000 characters for free per month (not words). After that, Google charges $20 per million characters. (See how it compares to other machine translation services.)

On average, a 1,500-word blog post is around 10,000 characters, so the 500,000 character per month free tier should work for most sites.

Here’s how to set up TranslatePress with Google Translate…

1. Install TranslatePress – Google Translate plugin for WordPress

To get started, install and activate the free TranslatePress plugin from WordPress.org.

Then, go to Settings → TranslatePress to choose which language(s) to use on your site. These are the languages into which TranslatePress will use Google Translate to translate your content.

For example, if you want to translate your existing English-language site into Spanish, you’d configure the plugin like this:

How to choose Google Translate WordPress languages

2. Generate Google Translate API Key

Next, you need to generate a Google Translate API key. This is what allows you to connect your WordPress site to Google Translate.

To get your key, you can follow the detailed instructions in this help article or watch this short video tutorial:

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Once you follow those steps, you should have an API key that gives you access to automatic translations powered by Google Translate.

3. Set Up Automatic Translation in TranslatePress

Once you have your API key, you’re ready to set up automatic translation in TranslatePress.

To do so, open the TranslatePress settings in your WordPress dashboard, go to the Automatic Translation tab, and:

  • Turn on automatic translation
  • Select Google Translate v2 as your Translation Engine
  • Add your Google Translate API key from the previous step

To control your budget, you can also add a limit to the number of characters that TranslatePress will process. You can also set a limit when setting up your Google Translate API key, but this gives you another useful tool to control the costs that you pay to Google Translate.

How to set up automatic WordPress translation from Google Translate

Once you click Save Changes, TranslatePress will use Google Translate to automatically translate your entire site into the language(s) that you chose in Step #1 (while adhering to your daily character limit, of course).

4. Manually Refine Translations (Optional)

If you want to manually refine the translations from Google Translate, you can use TranslatePress’ visual translation editor.

To open the translation editor, visit the page that you want to edit on the front-end of your site and click on the Translate Page option on the WordPress toolbar:

Open translation editor

Then, you can edit the translation for any element on your site by hovering over it and clicking the pencil icon. When you click on the pencil icon, you’ll see that the translation is already filled from Google Translate:

Google Translate WordPress Example

You can use this approach to translate more than just text. For example:

  • WooCommerce products
  • Gutenberg blocks
  • Custom fields
  • Custom post types
  • WordPress forms
  • WordPress menus
  • Images
  • Popup content
  • Sliders

5. Configure Language Switcher

By default, TranslatePress adds a floating language switcher to the bottom-right corner of your site that lets visitors choose their preferred languages:

Front language switch

If you’d like to adjust this position, TranslatePress also lets you add your language switcher as a menu item. Or, for even more control, you can use a shortcode or add it directly to your theme’s template files using a PHP function.

You can also choose whether or not to display language flags and the full name of each language.

You can configure how your language switcher functions by visiting Settings → TranslatePress.

How to customize the language switcher

Get Started With Google Translate on WordPress Today!

With TranslatePress, it’s easy to use Google Translate to automatically translate your WordPress site.

You get the ease of use of Google Translate powered machine translation, while still being able to rank your translated content in Google and manually edit it if needed.

To translate your site into one new language with Google Translate, you can use the free version of TranslatePress.

Then, consider upgrading to the premium version to access new useful features like:

  • Unlimited languages – use Google Translate to translate your site into as many new languages as needed.
  • Multilingual SEO – improve your multilingual SEO with the ability to translate SEO metadata, URL slugs, and more.
  • DeepL support – not satisfied with the quality of Google Translate? You can try DeepL machine translation instead.
  • Different menus for different languages ​​- instead of just translating the same set of menu items, you can offer completely different menus for different languages ​​on your site.
  • Automatic language detection – automatically detect a visitor’s preferred language and redirect them to that version of your site.

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Traduire WordPress – Google Language Translator

By Translate multilingual AI solutions

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Description

Google Language Translator plugin is now a part of GTranslate family!

GTranslate is a leading website translation services provider since 2008 and powers more than 500.000 multilingual websites worldwide.

Please use Google Language Translator Support for your questions and support requests! We are multilingual!

Please check our FAQ to get quick answers.

Features

  • Free Google automatic machine translation
  • Option to hide “Suggest better translation” pop-up
  • Option to hide Google top frame after translation
  • Google Analytics integration
  • Translate the site on the fly
  • Translate posts and pages
  • Translate categories and tags
  • Translate menus and widgets
  • Translate themes and plugins
  • Right to left language support
  • Floating language selector
  • Language bar with flags in menu
  • Translate WooCommerce shop

Paid Features

  • Multilingual SEO – Enable search engine indexing
  • Neural machine translations with human level translation quality
  • Increase traffic and AdSense revenue
  • Search engine friendly (SEF) URLs
  • Yoast SEO compatible
  • WooCommerce compatible
  • You can have sub-directory (example.com/es/) or sub-domain (es.example.com) URL structure
  • Translate URLs aka slug translation is possible (example.com/about-us → example.es/sobre-nosotros)
  • Add hreflang tags for translated alternatives
  • You can manually correct translations
  • In context translation interface (make corrections without losing the context)
  • Translate meta data (meta keywords, meta description)
  • Translating schema.org microdata for better search engine appearance
  • Seamless updates (cloud service updated on our side – SaaS, you do not need to worry about backups on your side)
  • Translate JSON objects (JSON format translation)
  • Translate AMP pages (Accelerated Mobile Pages translation)
  • Image localization – Translate media
  • Translation Proxy (aka Translation Delivery Network)
  • Centralized Translation Cache – We revise and improve translations over time
  • Language Hosting (example.fr)
  • User Dashboard with Analytics
  • Live Chat Support

Screenshots

screenshot-1 Settings include: inline or vertical layout, hide/show Google toolbar, display specific languages, and show/hide Google branding. Add the shortcode to pages, posts, and widgets.

screenshot-2 Floating language selector

screenshot-3 Flags and dropdown language selector

screenshot-4 Selector de idioma en menú con banderas

Las configuraciones incluyen: diseño en línea o vertical, ocultar/mostrar la barra de herramientas de Google, mostrar idiomas específicos y mostrar/ocultar la marca de Google. Agregue el código abreviado a páginas, publicaciones y widgets.

Selector de idioma flotante Banderas y selector de idioma desplegable Selector de idioma en menú con banderas

Installation

  1. Download the zip folder named google-language-translator.zip
  2. Unzip the folder and put it in the plugins directory of your wordpress installation. (wp-content/plugins).
  3. Activate the plugin through the plugin window in the admin panel.
  4. Go to Settings > Google Language Translator, enable the plugin, and then choose your settings.
  5. Copy the shortcode and paste it into a page, post or widget.
  6. Do not use the shortcode twice on a single page – it will not work.

FAQ

It doesn’t translate, what to do?

Please check Google Language Translator Support Forum and feel free to create a new topic if you cannot find answers.

Is it FREE?

Yes! We have free version and paid versions with advanced features.

What is the quality of translation?

In our free version we use Phrase Based Machine Translations provided by Google Translate, while in our paid versions use Google Translate Neural Translations which are very accurate for popular language pairs. In the paid versions you can refine the automatic translations yourself or order professional translations or proofreading of a translated content. You can get a translation cost estimate by using our Website Translation Cost Calculator

Are the translations provided free of charge?

Yes, we use Google Translate widget for website which provides free phrase based machine translations, which makes it possible to make your wordpress website multilingual instantly upon installation. In our paid versions we use Google Translate state of the art Neural Translations which are included in the service price and there are no limits on the word count.

Besides we offer cost effective automatic translation proofreading service and also professional translation service. You can get an estimate from our Website Translation Price Calculator

Can I modify the translations?

That feature is available only in our paid version. You will be able to make edits directly on the page without losing the context.

By the way, we can help you to translate your website with a cost effective approach by post-editing your automatic translated content. The proofreading service will be done by a native speakers and if you want to take the quality to another service, we also have a professional website translation service available. You can get an instant website translation estimate by using our Website Word Counter tool.

Which languages are supported?

Here is the list: Afrikaans, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chichewa, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Korean, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Kyrgyz, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mongolian, Myanmar (Burmese), Nepali, Norwegian, Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Sesotho, Shona, Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Sudanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yiddish, Yoruba, Zulu

Is it SEO compatible?

Our free version doesn’t give any SEO advantage. For SEO features and multilingual SEO you need to use our paid versions which have all the SEO advantages.

What is multilingual SEO?

Multilingual SEO is a SEO strategy which uses new content generation technique by translating your original content and making your website multilingual. By translating your website into many languages you are creating many new multilingual keywords targeted for international market. It helps to increase your search appearnce on search engines results pages (SERPs), which can generate more traffic, increase sales and rise the conversion rate.

Is URL Translation available?

In our paid versions we have a feature to translate URL of your website which will give you more SEO advantage. For example http://example.com/about-us → http://example.com/sobre-nosotros

Does it translate emails too?

Email translation feature is in testing stage for our paid version. Please contact our live chat to test email translation now.

How the free version differs from the paid versions?

Free vesion is a nice looking language selector you can place on your website. It has a built in Javascript engine which allows to translate your website automatically to multiple languages. With free version your website URL doesn’t change and the translations are not stored. While paid versions are a translation proxy also known as Translation Delivery Network. We host the translated versions of your website on our cloud network under a language specific domain. In that case every language will have a separate domain and be indexed in search engines, which will help you to increase international traffic and sales.

Do I need to pay for Google Translate API key usage?

No, we provide the automatic translations for free.

In our free version we provide Phrase Based machine translations from Google Translate. While in our paid versions we provide you state of the art Neural Translations from Google Translate. We also do not have limits on the number of words on your website unlike other translate plugins. By the way we alse offer a cost effective approach for improving the website translations. You can get a automatic translation post-editing service from us, which will be done by a native speaker or order a professional translation. You can get an instant estimate for your website on Website Translation Quote

Can I test before making a payment?

Yes, we have a 15 days free trial for our new customers.

Can I use it on SSL / HTTPS website?

Absolutely! You can use it for our free and paid versions.

Recently we have added support for Let’s Encrypt certificates which are provided for free if you use sub-domain URL structure.

How does the 15 day free trial work?

Trial is available for new customers only. If you do not wish to continue you may cancel any time during the trial period and you will not be charged anything.

How can I be sure that search engines will index my website?

You can check that this website is indexed in Google by searching for site:gtranslate.io.

How I can edit the translations or order professional human translations?

You need to go to the language you want to edit, for instance, French: http://domain.com/fr/ and add ?language_edit=1 to the end of the URL: http://domain.com/fr/?language_edit=1 and you will see the Edit buttons near each text. Read more at How to edit translations?

If you want us to translate your website professionally or provide you a proofreading service for automatic translated content, you can get an instant estimate from Website Translation Quote, where you will get a detailed document with the list of pages, unique word count and prices to translate them.

What should I do if the translate widget does not show on my website?

  1. Make sure that the plugin is installed and activated.
  2. Verify that a check mark is placed in the activation setting located at “Settings > Google Language Translator”.
  3. Verify that the native WordPress function, wp_footer(), is included in your theme’s footer file.
  4. Verify that “Show Language Box?” setting is enabled at “Settings > Google Language Translator”.
  5. Use your browser’s web tools to ensure that CSS styles are not hiding the translation widget.
  6. Contact support at https://gtranslate.io/?xyz=3167#contact

What should I do if there are no languages being displayed in the language box?

  1. Make sure that the plugin is installed and activated.
  2. Verify that a check mark is placed in the activation setting located at “Settings > Google Language Translator”.
  3. Contact support at https://gtranslate.io/?xyz=3167#contact

Can I exclude certain areas of my website from being translated?

Yes! Add the “notranslate” class to the HTML element containing your text. For example, the following text will be excluded from translation: Hello World!

Reviews

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Ottimo anche nella versione free

granportal October 15, 2022

Semplice e completo. Very Very good!!

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GREAT LANGUAGE VIEW PLUGINS

elanggovan October 14, 2022

Easy to installed, configure. It works like magic. My international clients appreciate can read in many languages! Wow it’s increasing membership register in our Affiliate System. Thank you for greatness.

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Great tool!

firosyd October 13, 2022

It did fit very well in my site. Thanks!

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soba6969 September 7, 2022

The better translator for WP. Excellent work. Thanks for creating it!

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Good but not Great

amburtt September 7, 2022

This plugin is not bad insofar as it offers auto machine translation using the free Google translation service. In fact, IMO its the only free plugin that does this well as it doesn’t place an artificial limit on the number of words translated. However, I can only give this plugin two stars because the free version has some serious shortcomings. They are: (1) It only uses the Google translation service with early auto machine translation technology which is not very accurate. For example, testing one paragraph from English to French I got 4 differences between the original and translated text. Multiply that by 100’s of paragraphs and it is a problem. (2) The premium version of the plugin does offer Neural Machine Translation (NMT) using Google Translation. This is the next gen auto text machine translation service which GTranslate notes is near perfect human translation. It even markets it’s premium version referencing that fact. I’m not sure why NMT is not also being used for the free plugin. Perhaps GTranslate can explain, but right now I would have to use the paid version of the plugin to get NMT. (3) The free version doesn’t use Microsoft’s translation service. I understand that Bing translation has been discontinued, but it has been replaced by Microsoft’s next generation AI text translation service, Azure Technology. Users can get a free Azure account and API key that offers 2 million character translations per month at no cost. That’s between 30,000 and 50,000 words each month! The premium version of GTranslate lets users use their own Google API key, so why not allow users to use an Azure API key to take full advantage of the free offer by Microsoft? Again, I don’t know the reason, maybe GTranslate can explain why. So while I really like the GTranslate free plugin it shortcomings are significant as it does not use NMT and doesn’t enable users to take advantage of the Azure NMT free offering. To get NMT I would have to subscribe to the paid version and use Google NMT. Google has also has a free account but it is limited to 500,000 characters per month, so in effect I would end up paying a subscription to GTranslate and also a fee to Google once the character limit is exceeded. Given the practical limitations on the free version, the use of pre-NMT tech and the fact that I can’t take full advantage of the Azure free auto NMT offering means I cannot give this plugin a better rating.

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Best plugin

soithaj September 5, 2022

It’s amazing and I really appreciate the effort put into developing this plugin. Great works for people who don’t code like me. It’s good if we can allow flags availability on sidebar and floating area separately. I prefer a floating area with flags and a sidebar area without flags.

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Contributors & Developers

“Translate WordPress – Google Language Translator” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Journal des modifications

6.0.15

  • Évitez la minification de la bibliothèque javascript externe de Google Translate par le plug-in de cache WP Rocket

6.0.14

  • Fixed information disclosure security issue through url_addon/debug.txt
  • Added admin notification when translation debug mode is on
  • Added is_readable check for config.php file before modifying it
  • Added conflict notice for Advanced Google Translate, My WP Translate and WPML Multilingual CMS plugins

6.0.13

  • Fix for PHP 8
  • CSS added to hide Google Translate popup on text hover

6.0.12

  • Sanitize admin HTML input with wp_kses_post to avoid self hurting
  • Avoid minification of Google Translate javascript library by LiteSpeed Cache and WP Rocket cache plugins

6.0.11

  • New server added into our Translation Delivery Network
  • Tested with new WordPress 5.8 version

6.0.10

  • Possible Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability fixed User with Author role can possibly execute javascript code via glt shortcode Kudos to pluginvulnerabilities.com for reporting
  • Possible Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability fixed, only possible for sub-domain, sub-directory paid options: An attacker can generate a malicious link and if followed by a victim with an old browser without proper URL encoding support (<= IE 9) then javascript code can be executed on victim’s computer. Kudos to Ram Gall @ Wordfence for notifying

6.0.9

  • New server added into our Translation Delivery Network
  • Tested with new WordPress 5.7 version

6.0.8

  • Tested with new WordPress 5.6 version
  • Ground up rebuild of our Translation Proxy cloud network for paid customers, now page translations are 3x faster on average.
    • New proprietary spec-compliant HTML parser which is 8x faster than PHP SimpleHTMLDom library used by TranslatePress Multilingual and Weglot Translate plugins
    • In case of invalid HTML, it will be fixed after page translation
    • New caching layer to cache translated pages, previously only original pages were cached
    • Optimized caching with option to clear all original and translated page caches
    • Better error reporting
    • New top of the line hardware with Intel Xeon multi-core processors with up to 5 Ghz clock speed

6.0.7

  • Servers list updated, minor changes

6.0.6

  • Added more servers into the list of our growing Translation Delivery Network

6.0.5

  • Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability fixed: Only possible for sub-domain, sub-directory paid options with hreflang tags enabled: An attacker can generate a malicious link and if followed by a victim then javascript code can be executed on victim’s computer

6.0.4

  • Missing closing li tag issue fixed in flags only language switcher
  • Readme updated

6.0.3

  • Solved issue with http Refresh header which was not redirecting to correct URL in translated version
  • Email translation is coming: we need volunteers to test translation of emails, please contact live chat

6.0.2

  • Added translate support for MyHome IDX Broker plugin

6.0.1

  • Bug fixed preventing language selection for some cases

6.0.0

  • Added SEO features (paid only): search engines can index translated pages, URL/slug translation, define hreflang tags
  • Added Live Chat support by GTranslate support team directly in the plugin settings page
  • Google Analytics feature is now on by default
  • Settings page updated for better user experience

5.0.49

  • Added new contributor to the plugin’s readme.txt.

5.0.48

  • Added new setting: Floating Widget Text Color.

5.0.47

  • Fixed an undefined index error in google-language-translator.php.

5.0.46

  • Added new setting: Language Switcher Background Color.

5.0.45

  • Added new setting: Floating Widget background color.
  • Removed border-radius from the floating widget for a more standard look and feel. Please email me if you need the CSS to add back rounded edges.

5.0.44

  • Added new setting: Language Switcher Text Color.

5.0.43

  • Added new setting: Floating Widget position.

5.0.42

  • Added new setting: langauge switcher width.
  • Removed most javascript away from the document body, and into an external javascript file, scripts.js.
  • Added plugin version information to be appended to script and stylesheet files.

5.0.41

  • Re-factored code in google-language-translator.php to remove the duplicate id “flags”.

5.0.40

  • Fixed a minor ‘undefined index’ error in google-language-translator.php

5.0.39

  • Fixed a CSS issue associated with the settings panel changes from the previous update.

5.0.38

  • Fixed a CSS issue associated with the settings panel changes from the previous update. Flags were not aligning properly with align left/right settings.

5.0.37

  • Made some additional adjustments in code for the settings page.

5.0.36

  • Removed undefined variable PHP errors.

5.0.35

  • Updated the plugin to delete an unused option from the database, used in the settings panel.

5.0.34

  • Updated the settings panel to function more logically. Now users choose the languages they want, and can turn on/off flags associated with those langauges.

5.0.33

  • Removed a deprecated jQuery function, and replaced with updated code in the footer_script() function.

5.0.32

  • Fixed the issue with menu translation not working on some mobile devices.
  • Moved element.js script to the footer.

5.0.31

  • Fixed an issue with menu shortcode not displaying the correct flag choice (i.e. for English/Spanish/Portuguese flags).

5.0.30

  • Organized the settings page into sections.
  • Upgraded WordPress.org plugin banner.
  • Added additional attributes to single language shortcodes. Users now have ability to display flag images, change flag sizes, or show/hide the text label.
  • Changed Chinese (Traditional) language flag to the Flag of Taiwan.
  • Fixed a minor display issue with the Google Analytics setting in WordPress Dashboard.

5.0.29

  • Fixed CSS display issues with the floating widget.

5.0.28

  • Fixed CSS display issues with the floating widget.

5.0.27

  • Removed toolbar.js and flags.js and combined to existing files (to improve efficiency of page load and http requests).
  • Added new setting to allow or prevent floating widget text to translate.

5.0.26

  • Fixed a small error in adding the setting for Floating Widget text.

5.0.25

  • Added new setting for custom text in the Floating Widget.
  • Removed “notranslate” class from the Floating Widget text to allow for translation.

5.0.24

  • Improved functionality for flags. Users are now returned to original language when the flag is displayed. The Google Toolbar will be hidden once returning back to the original language. The Google Toolbar will appear again when another translation is made.
  • Fixed the issue with flags not functioning with SIMPLE layout.
  • Removed SIMPLE layout option (which was not working properly) for browsers not using English browsers. The coding challenge for implementing this option is difficult and must be postponed until we find a practical solution.

5.0.23

  • Reverted back to an older version of flags.js. We still have some bugs to work out before releasing the updated version. We apologize for the inconvenience.

5.0.22

  • Changed a line of text on the settings page.
  • Removed a line of redundant javascript to reduce unnecessary page load.
  • Fixed an HTML attribute issue displaying in the menu shortcode.
  • Improved functionality for flags. The flag for default language will now be disabled once users click it’s flag. Flag will be re-enabled once user makes another translation.

5.0.21

  • Added 6 new languages with their associated flags: Hawaiian, Kurdish, Kyrgyz, Luxembourgish, Pashto, and Shona. You can now use these langauges using the menu shortcode, as well.
  • Added a “Select All / Clear All” feature to the settings page. No more finger cramps!

5.0.20

  • Added Corsican as a new language with its associated flag.

5.0.19

  • Added Frisian as a new language with its associated flag.

5.0.18

  • Added Sindhi as a new language with its associated flag.

5.0.17

  • Added Samoan as a new language with its associated flag.
  • Added mobile-responsive CSS to the GLT settings page.

5.0.16

  • Added Xhosa as a new language with its associated flag.

5.0.15

  • Added Amharic as a new language with its associated flag.

5.0.14

  • Fixed a file naming error in google-language-translator.php. This caused flags not to display – we apologize for the inconvenience.

5.0.13

  • Renamed some of the wp_enqueue_script calls to include more unique file names, thus avoiding conflict with other plugins overriding these files.
  • Corrected some file paths to be more accurate/secure.
  • Removed WP Helpdesk logo from the settings page. We are no longer offering these services officially.

5.0.12

  • Revert malicious changes made in 5.0.10

5.0.11

  • Fixed incorrect link

5.0.10

  • Tested up to 4.6

5.0.09

  • Turned off error reporting. I apologize for the inconvenience.

5.0.08

  • Added a new popup-style layout”. You can find this new layout in the settings page located in “Settings > Google Language Translator”.

5.0.07

  • Changed the flag for Chinese(Traditional) to the Taiwanese flag. Requested long ago by a few users – thanks for your months of patience!

5.0.06

  • Fixed a XSS Cross Scripting Vulnerability in the plugin, as requested by WordPress.org. Unnecessary code (during testing) was being posted to the settings page, so the code was removed.

5.0.05

  • Added 3 new options to the settings page: English, Spanish, and Portuguese flag image variations.
  • Fixed an error with the Floating Widget: order of flags was not being honored in certain cases.

5.0.04

  • Corrected the text on the settings page to reflect 91 total flags, instead of 81 flags.

5.0.03

  • Added 10 new languages and associated flags: Chichewa, Kazakh, Malagasy, Malayalam, Myanmar(Burmese), Sesotho, Sinhala, Sundanese, Tajik, and Uzbek.

5.0.02

  • Updated the Tamil flag to use the Indian flag, instead of Tamil Tigers flag.

5.0.01

  • Updated style.css to reflect the syntax error connecting to the Chinese flag.

5.0.0

  • WordPress security updates added to the settings page [wp_nonce_field()].
  • Removed 3 outside Javascript files – these files are now called upon directly from WordPress CMS.
  • Unpacked flags.js p,a,c,k,e,r code. Unknowingly, this method of coding violated WordPress plugin policy.

4.0.9

  • Replaced: incorrect Catalonian flag image, with the correct image. I apologize for any inconvenience.
  • Fixed: Floating Widget issue – previously it loaded 2 times when shortcode was added, which caused it not to work.

4.0.8

  • Fixed the small syntax issue related to the Google Analytics tracking number – it was another cause of the language box not displaying.

4.0.7

  • Fixed a CSS error in the settings panel display.
  • Fixed the coding issue when “Specific Languages” option is chosen – the shortcode was not displaying the language dropdown.

4.0.6

  • Removed: “onclick” events from diplaying directly inside HTML. Converted those events to jQuery.
  • Fixed the shortcode that allows adding single languages to WordPress menus. (New example is shown on settings page.)
  • Consolidated all flag images into image sprites!
  • Re-designed 10 flag images to match the quality of the other flags.
  • Fixed the incorrect “alt” tags associated with flag images. The “alt” tag now displays the language name.
  • Modified text on the settings page – also added some lightbox pop-ups to help explain settings.

4.0.5

  • Fixed: Display bug when using single language shortcode.
  • Added: New link on the Plugins menu page, which links directly to Google Language Translator settings.

4.0.4

  • Added NEW shortcode! Allows placement of single languages into the navigation menu, pages, and posts. See settings panel for usage details.
  • Re-factored code in googlelanguagetranslator.php which reduced code to around 950 lines.
  • Removed the “de-activation” hook, which previously deleted options when plugin de-activated. Added “uninstall” hook instead, so that settings will be preserved only when user deletes the plugin completely.
  • Updated CSS styles for the flags area to prevent themes from overriding layouts.

4.0.3

  • Adjusted CSS styles for the flag display.

4.0.2

  • Eliminated all (or most) HTML validation errors. Big improvement!
  • Re-factored more code to increase efficiency.
  • Added de-activation hook to reset all plugin settings when plugin is de-activated. (CSS Overrides and Google Analytics ID setting will remain in place and won’t be deleted.)
  • Fixed the issue with flag language checkboxes. Users can remove English flag if so desired. Previously, English flag was alway required to stay checked, which was not most user-friendly.

4.0.1

  • Fixed PHP errors that were neglected in upgrade to 4.0.
  • Added conditionals to prevent scripts from loading when the floating widget is turned off.

4.0

  • Added 2 new features: 1) Drag/drop flags to re-arrange their order, and 2) Custom flag sizes (16px to 24px).
  • Re-factored code in google-language-translator.php. Languages are now loaded dynamically and are not hard-coded.

3.0.9

  • Added a title field to the Google Language Translator widget.
  • Removed “unexpected text characters” error upon activation (due to error in activation hook).

3.0.8

  • Added 9 new languages into the plugin (Hausa, Igbo, Maori, Mongolian, Nepali, Punjabi, Somali, Yoruba, Zulu).
  • Corrected an “undefined variable” error that was being generated in Vertical and Horizontal layouts.
  • Re-structured coding once again into an Object-Oriented approach.
  • Moved all functions of the base class into ‘googlelanguagetranslator.php’ and the widget into ‘widget.php’.
  • Moved all javascript files into it’s own JS folder.
  • Fixed an display issue with “Edit Translations” – they were being hidden when “No branding” option was chosen.
  • Corrected various “comma” errors in the string that outputs the script for loading the translator.
  • Changed Changelog in readme.txt to show most recent changes first, instead of last.

3.0.7

  • Removed an unnecessary CSS file, left over from development. Sorry for any inconvenience if you received display errors.

3.0.6

  • Corrected a small display error in displaying the floating widget correctly.

3.0.5

  • Added new Floating Widget (see settings page). The Floating Widget is simply another way for allowing website visitors to translate languages. The functionality is built-in with the existing flag preferences, and can be turned on or off at the administrator’s preference. The floating widget can also function in full with both the language box and/or flags showing OR hiding, so the administrator has full control of how it displays. The floating widget is placed at bottom right of the website in the free version, but can be placed in other locations by changing CSS styles associated with the box.
  • Fixed the issue with Dashboard styles loading on the wrong pages. This was causing some annoying display issues on the WordPress Dashboard.

3.0.4

  • Re-factored/re-arranged more code in google languagetransltor.php by placing them into separate files.
  • Fixed the issue of Custom CSS box not displaying it’s styles to the website. This was only missed in this last update, due to re-arrangement of the files. Sorry for any inconvenience.
  • Removed style2.php file, which is unnecessary and was being used in testing.

3.0.3

  • Re-factored/re-arranged some of the code in googlelanguagetranslator.php by placing them into separate files.
  • Fixed a minor coding issue in glt_widget.php – this was generating an error in WordPress when debugging.
  • Moved all CSS code into a single file. The result is nice, clean inline CSS code that is now called only once.
  • Fixed some additional CSS display issues.

3.0.2

  • Adjusted additional minor invalid HTML issues on the settings page, and also in the front-end plugin display.

3.0.1

  • Changed the url request to Google to allow both unsecured and secured page translations. Previously, some users experienced errors when trying to use the translator on “https://” (secured) pages.
  • Adjusted some minor spacing issues in the settings page HTML (caused some annoying red HTML errors when using “View Source” in right-click menu).
  • Removed old CSS styles that were added in the previous 3.0 update – the styles were added when Google servers were being updated, and were producing major translation dislay issues until their update was complete. Now the styles I added are no longer needed.

3.0

  • Correct a small CSS error that affected the showing/hiding of the Google toolbar.

2.9

***IMPORTANT: Google’s most recent server update is producing display issues for website translation tool. There are major display issues with the translation toolbar and also the translations editing interface. Version 2.9 temporarily hides the edit translation functionality until Google decides to fix this issue, although you can still edit translations directly through your Google account at translate.google.com. Please direct any support requests through WordPress.org and we will be happy to assist you. * Fixed Google Translation toolbar display issue * Fixed the Edit Translation interface by hiding it temporarily until Google fixes this * Removed some unneeded styles from the style sheet. * Fixed some CSS issues for the Google Branding display, which was affected by Google’s most recent update

2.8

  • Added an option to allow users to manage their own translations directly through their Google Translate account (free). When activated, users can hover over the text of their website, and edit the translations from the webpage directly. Google will remember these translations, and then serve them to users once the edits are made. Users must install the Google Translate Customization meta tag provided through Google Translate here: translate.google.com/manager/website/settings. To obtain this meta tag, users need to configure the Google Translate tool directly from this website (although they will not use this because the plugin provides it), then the user can obtain the meta tag on the “Get Code” screen, which is displayed after configuring the Google Translate tool on this webpage.
  • Added an option to allow users to turn on/off Google’s multilanguagePage option, that when activated, the original website content will be a forced translation, instead of original content (but only after a translation is made.)
  • Added more flexible styles to the settings page, so that left and right panels display nicely to the user.

2.7

  • Added Google Analytics tracking capability to the plugin.
  • Added a “CSS Styles” box in the settings panel.
  • Changed the Catalonian flag to its correct flag image.
  • Fixed coding issues that previously updated options incorrectly, which is why many users experienced display issues. All options are now initialized upon plugin activation, which should fix this issue permanently.
  • Fixed a glitch in our usage of the translate API. Previously, when the user clicked the default language, it would toggle back and forth between the default language and “Afrikaans” language. Now, users will see the correct language displayed at all times, no matter how many times it is clicked.

2.6

  • Added defaults to all options to ensure there are no more issues with the translator displaying upon installation. Again, sorry for any inconvenience.

2.5

  • Eliminated an internal WordPress error being generated from a coding mistake.
  • Added a default option for the Translator alingment. Previously, this was causing the plugin to disapppear.

2.4

  • Found a couple of small display errors in the settings page after uploading version 2.3. Sorry for any inconvenience!

2.3

  • Added a “Preview” area on the settings page that allows you to see your settings in action.
  • Added custom flag support for all languages (custom flags available ONLY when selecting the “ALL Languages” setting.
  • Added an option that allows left/right alignment of the translation tool.
  • Added the “Google Language Translator” widget.
  • Updated googlelanguagetranslator.php to properly register setting in the admin settings panel.

2.2

  • Added language “Portuguese” and “German” to the Original Language drop-down option on the settings page.
  • Changed flag image for the English language (changed United States flag to the United Kingdom flag).
  • Added link in the settings panel that points to Google’s Attribution Policy.

2.1

  • Added language “Dutch” to the Original Language drop-down option on the settings page.
  • Added a new CSS class that more accurately hides the “Powered by” text when hiding Google’s branding. In previous version, the “Powered by” text was actually disguised by setting it’s color to “transparent”, but now we have set it’s font-size to 0px instead.

2.0

  • Corrected some immediate errors in the 1.9 update.

1.9

  • Added 7 flag image choices that, when clicked by website visitors, will change the language displayed, both on the website, AND in the drop-down box (flag language choices are limited to those provided in this plugin).
  • Added 6 additional languages to the translator, as provided in Google’s most recent updates ( new languages include Bosnian, Cebuano, Khmer, Marathi, Hmong, Javanese ).
  • Corrected a minor technical issue where the Czech option (on the backend) was incorrectly displaying the Croatian language on the front end.
  • Added jQuery functionality to the settings panel to improve the user experience.
  • Added an option for users to display/hide the flag images.
  • Added an option for users to display/hide the translate box when flags are displayed.
  • Removed the settings.css file – I found a better way of displaying the options without CSS.

1.8

  • Modified google-language-translator.php to display the correct output to the browser when horizontal layout is selected. Previously, it was not displaying at all.

1.7

  • Modified google-language-translator.php so that jQuery and CSS styles were enqueued properly onto the settings page only. Previously, jQuery functionality and CSS styles were being added to all pages of the WordPresss Dashboard, which was causing functionality and display issues for some users.

1.6

  • Added “Specific Language” support to the plugin settings, which allows the user to choose specific languages that are displayed to website visitors.

1.5

Added “Original Language” support to the plugin settings, which allows the user to choose the original language of their website, which ultimately removes the original language as a choice in the language drop-down presented to website visitors.

1.4

Corrected display problems associated with CSS styles not being placed correctly in wp_head.

1.3

  • HTML display problem in the sidebar area now fixed. Previously, inserting the [google-translator] plugin into a text widget caused it to display above the widget, instead of inside of it.

1.2

  • Shortcode support is now available for adding [google-translator] to text widgets. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

1.1

  • Le shortcode fourni sur la page des paramètres a été mis à jour pour afficher ‘[google-translator]’.

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  • Installations actives : plus de 100 000
  • Version WordPress : 2.9 ou supérieure
  • Testé jusqu’à : 6.0.2
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La description

Translate WordPress with GTranslate plugin uses Google Translate automatic translation service to translate wordpress site with Google power and make it multilingual. With 103 available languages your site will be available to more than 99% of internet users. Our paid versions are fully SEO compatible which will increase your international traffic and sales. This translate plugin is a budget multilingual WordPress solution which combines automatic and human translations to save money and is easy to implement.

GTranslate is a leading website translation services provider since 2008, it moves away the language barriers.

Compared to other translation plugins for WordPress, we use cloud based approach which does not slow down your website. In addition to that, we can offer complete SEO features based on sub-domains with our paid options, which can make your website appear in search engines in different languages which will increase your international traffic and sales. In our paid versions we DO NOT limit the number of words or the number of translated pageviews. You DO NOT pay additionally for automatic translations.

Please use GTranslate Support for your questions and support requests! We are multilingual!

Please check our FAQ to get quick answers.

Features

  • Free Google automatic machine translation
  • Hides “Suggest better translation” pop-up
  • Hides Google top frame after translation
  • Mouse over effect
  • Google Analytics integration
  • Translate website on the fly
  • Translate posts and pages
  • Translate categories and tags
  • Menus and widgets translation
  • Themes and plugins translation
  • Right to left language support
  • Google language translator widget
  • Auto-switch language based on browser defined language
  • Available styles Dropdown, Flags, Flags with dropdown, Nice dropdown with flags, Flags with language names, Flags with language codes, Language names, Language codes, Globe, Popup
  • Floating language selector
  • Language bar with flags in menu
  • WooCommerce shop translation
  • Multilanguage
  • Multilingual language names in native alphabet
  • Multilingual interface
  • Alternative flags for Quebec, Canada, USA, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia
  • Lazy loading for language flags to boost performance
  • Forum Support

Paid Features

  • Multilingual SEO – Enable search engine indexing
  • Neural machine translations with human level translation quality
  • Increase traffic and AdSense revenue
  • Search engine friendly (SEF) URLs
  • Yoast SEO compatible – translate meta keywords, meta description, schema.org data structures, translate sitemaps
  • WooCommerce compatible – translate products, schema.org data structures
  • You can have sub-directory (example.com/es/) or sub-domain (es.example.com) URL structure
  • URL Translation aka slug translation is possible (example.com/about-us → example.es/sobre-nosotros)
  • Add hreflang tags for translated alternatives
  • You can manually correct translations
  • In context translation interface (make corrections without losing the context)
  • Meta data translation (meta keywords, meta description)
  • Translating schema.org microdata for better search engine appearance
  • Seamless updates (cloud service updated on our side – SaaS, you do not need to worry about backups on your side)
  • JSON format translation
  • Translate WooCommerce emails
  • AMP translation (Accelerated Mobile Pages translation)
  • Image localization – Media translation
  • Translation Proxy (aka Translation Delivery Network)
  • Centralized Translation Cache – We revise and improve translations over time
  • Language Hosting (example.fr)
  • User Dashboard with Analytics
  • Live Chat Support

Download GTranslate

GTranslate WordPress Demo

Watch GTranslate Tour

Edit Translations Demo (paid)

Screenshots

screenshot-1 Dropdown with flags

screenshot-2 Nice dropdown with flags (closed)

screenshot-3 Nice dropdown with flags (open)

screenshot-4 Globe with language flags

screenshot-5 Flags with language names

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capture d'écran-7 Settings page

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Desplegable con banderas

Bonito menú desplegable con banderas (cerrado) Bonito menú desplegable con banderas (ouvrir) Globo con banderas de idioma flags with names of languages Flags with language codes Page de configuration User panel

Installation

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/gtranslate directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Settings → GTranslate screen to configure the plugin
  4. There are 4 ways you can use to publish the language selector on your website

1. Floating Language Selector You can turn on Floating language selector option from Settings → GTranslate screen and it will show the language selector in appropriate location (Top Right, Bottom Right, Top Left or Bottom Left).

2. Showing in Menu You can select from the list of available menus in which menu the language selector should appear.

2.1 Showing in Menu as sub-menu dropdown In addition you can create a new Custom Link menu item with URL = #, Link Text = Global and add CSS Classes = gtranslate-parent to the newly created menu item. After that you can configure GTranslate and set Widget look = (Flags with language name/Flags with language code/Language names/Language codes) and it will appear as a dropdown when you hover on the newly created menu item.

3. Use GTranslate shortcode You can use [gtranslate] shortcode anywhere on your website including posts, pages, text widgets. You can edit your template files and use <?php echo do_shortcode(‘[gtranslate]’); ?> in HTML which will render the language selector.

4. Use GTranslate Widget You can use Appearence → Widgets screen to publish GTranslate widget inside a sidebar of your template.

Please NOTE: If you are using any cache plugin, do not forget to clear your cache.

If you have any issues, please do not hesitate to use our Support Forum or Live Chat

FAQ

It doesn’t translate, what to do?

Please check GTranslate Support Forum and feel free to create a new topic if you cannot find answers.

What is GTranslate?

GTranslate can translate your website into multiple languages and make it multilingual.

  • Multilingual solution makes your website available to the world
  • One click translation helps visitors to read your site in their native language
  • Free automatic translation translates your site instantly upon installation
  • Professional translation by a human being is available 24/7
  • Customizable language switcher lets you choose the suitable layout for your site
  • Analytics with Google provides insight into your audience and user activity

Is it FREE?

Yes! We have free version and paid versions with advanced features. Unlike other translate plugins, which require you to pay for Google Translate API usage or other translate API usage, we also provide automatic translations for free.

What is the quality of translation?

In our free version we use Phrase Based Machine Translations provided by Google Translate, while in our paid versions use Google Translate Neural Translations which are very accurate for popular language pairs. In the paid versions you can refine the automatic translations yourself or order professional translations or proofreading of a translated content. You can get a translation cost estimate by using our Website Translation Cost Calculator

Are the translations provided free of charge?

Yes, we use Google Translate widget for website which provides free phrase based machine translations, which makes it possible to make your wordpress website multilingual instantly upon installation. In our paid versions we use Google Translate state of the art Neural Translations which are included in the service price and there are no limits on the word count.

Besides we offer cost effective automatic translation proofreading service and also professional translation service. You can get an estimate from our Website Translation Price Calculator

Can I modify the translations?

That feature is available only in our paid version. You will be able to make edits directly on the page without losing the context.

By the way, we can help you to translate your website with a cost effective approach by post-editing your automatic translated content. The proofreading service will be done by a native speakers and if you want to take the quality to another service, we also have a professional website translation service available. You can get an instant website translation estimate by using our Website Word Counter tool.

Which languages are supported?

Here is the list: Afrikaans, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Cebuano, Chichewa, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Hindi, Hmong, Hungarian, Icelandic, Igbo, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Khmer, Korean, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Kyrgyz, Lao, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Malagasy, Malay, Malayalam, Maltese, Maori, Marathi, Mongolian, Myanmar (Burmese), Nepali, Norwegian, Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Sesotho, Shona, Sindhi, Sinhala, Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Sudanese, Swahili, Swedish, Tajik, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Welsh, Xhosa, Yiddish, Yoruba, Zulu

Is GTranslate SEO compatible?

Our free version doesn’t give any SEO advantage.

For SEO features and multilingual SEO you need to go with a paid version which have all the SEO advantages. Our paid version will translate your website and allow search engines to discover and index the translated content. Unlike other translate plugins, we provide you all the possible tools to match with your multilingual SEO strategy. For example you can have your translated content available via sub-directories (https://example.com/es, https://example.com/fr) or sub-domains (https://it.example.com, https://fr.example.com) or even you can host the translated versions on a top level country specific domain or any other domain like (https://example.fr, https://example.de), which will increase your chances to rank higher in local search engine’s results pages.

What is multilingual SEO?

Multilingual SEO is a SEO strategy which uses new content generation technique by translating your original content and making your website multilingual. When you translate your website into many languages you actually create many new multilingual keywords targeted for international market. It helps to increase your search appearnce or impressions count on search engines results pages (SERPs), which can generate more traffic, increase sales and rise the conversion rate, because when the wording is in the correct language it is more effective.

Is URL Translation available?

In our paid versions we have a feature to translate URL of your website which will give you more SEO advantage. For example http://example.com/about-us → http://example.com/sobre-nosotros

This is an important part of multilingual SEO strategy. When you have URL Translate option and translate also your website URLs also known us slugs, you are creating more keywords, which count as an improvement in your page rank for that keywords.

Does it translate emails too?

Yes, with our paid version we can also translate WooCommerce emails.

How the free version differs from the paid versions?

Free vesion is a nice looking language selector you can place on your website. It has a built in Javascript engine which allows to translate your website automatically to multiple languages. With our free translate plugin your website URL doesn’t change and the translations are not stored. While paid versions are a translation proxy also known as Translation Delivery Network. We host the translated versions of your website on our cloud network under a language specific domain. In that case every language will have a separate domain or separate URL and be indexed in search engines, which will help you to increase international traffic and sales.

What is a Translation Delivery Network?

Translation Delivery Network is a translation proxy which mirrors your website in different languages.

GTranslate TDN technology is a cloud-based approach to the website translation task. There is no need to alter your environment and install software to localize your website. You can have your multilingual website up and running in less than 5 minutes.

We will translate your content and host your translations in our cloud network. All the visits to your translated versions will be proxied through our network to your original website, so you will have a translated mirror of your website.

This keeps away the need to use additional resources on your server like storage to store translations, compute time to render the translated pages or network bandwidth to deliver the translated pages to your website visitors. All is done through our network.

Can I exclude some parts from being translated?

Yes, you need to wrap the text you don’t want to be translated with <span class=”notranslate”></span>. With our paid versions you will have more control on the content which you do not want to translate. We have Skip Phrases, Skip Translations by CSS selectors and also Skip Pages features available. You can read more about skipping translations on How to skip translations?

Which plugins can it translate?

All plugins are supported including popular plugins like WooCommerce, Yoast SEO.

Our technology allows us to translate what is visible on the page, since we are parsing the end result when your website is already generated and it doesn’t matter how the content is generated and by which plugin. We can translate all HTML websites. If you notice that something is not translated, please contact our live chat and we will be happy to solve any issues. Usually the not translated content is being loaded on your website from 3rd party sources.

We also offer you to change the images and media content on the translated versions and by doing that you can also translate the texts inside images and videos.

How Translation Delivery Network works?

You just need to change your DNS records to add sub-domains or domains dedicated to your languages to our Translation Delivery Network.

So when someone visits the new added sub-domain we will show the translated clone of your website.

After that you can just configure and place the GTranslate Free widget on your site to enable language selection.

What are the server requirements?

There are no server requirements! Your website can be written in any programming language and hosted on any web server.

What about updates?

Updates are done seamlessly. Since the translations are hosted on our server we take care about updates. You just use up to date service every day. No need to worry about backups.

Do I need to pay for Google Translate API key usage?

No, we provide the automatic translations for free.

In our free version we provide Phrase Based machine translations from Google Translate. While in our paid versions we provide you state of the art Neural Translations from Google Translate. We also do not have limits on the number of words on your website unlike other translate plugins.

Unlike other plugins like TranslatePress or Weglot you do not pay for automatic translations additionally.

By the way we alse offer a cost effective approach for improving the website translations. You can get a automatic translation post-editing service from us, which will be done by a native speaker or order a professional translation. You can get an instant estimate for your website on Website Translation Quote

Can I test before making a payment?

Yes, we have a 15 days free trial for our new customers.

How does the 15 day free trial work for your paid version?

Trial is available for new customers only. If you do not wish to continue you may cancel any time during the trial period and you will not be charged anything.

How can I be sure that search engines will index my website translations?

You can check that this website is indexed in Google by searching for site:gtranslate.io.

How I can edit the translations or order professional human translations?

You need to go to the language you want to edit, for instance, French: http://domain.com/fr/ and add ?language_edit=1 to the end of the URL: http://domain.com/fr/?language_edit=1 and you will see the Edit buttons near each text. Read more at How to edit translations?

If you want us to translate your website professionally or provide you a proofreading service for automatic translated content, you can get an instant estimate from Website Translation Quote, where you will get a detailed document with the list of pages, unique word count and prices to translate them.

Reviews

2f7ba6549a637028c264dbe918ceab99

Super fácil y efectivo de usar

Michael October 16, 2022

Perfecto para añadir idiomas en tu sitio con un par de clics, funciona al 100

2a204db0ddbebedb4190fc7d5348cdca

Efficient and nice support

zenistock October 15, 2022

Big thanks to Helen for the technical support, super efficient and available. Thanks also to Susanna for her responsiveness, smile and professionalism. Gtranslate is a good and very intuitive plugin, but you have to call technical support to translate each “fluent form pro” form and Gtranslate does not work with Paypal. The rates are still too high compared to the market but the team is very good !

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Good Support!

akzhurek October 14, 2022

Good Support!

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Efficient support and love the easy visual editor

chameleoncms October 14, 2022

I just started working with Gtranslate, and had some issues when changing the languages but the support has been really great and helpful. Also I tried to edit the machine translated content directly on my webpage thanks to the visual editor, it worked instantly. Thank you!

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Susanna was great

myhoteldream October 14, 2022

Thanks a lot!

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El Plugins Gtranslate is excellent is ease of use and adaptation.

fabiancuadrado October 14, 2022

El Plugins Gtranslate is excellent is ease of use and adaptation.

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Contributors & Developers

“Translate WordPress with GTranslate” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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“Translate WordPress with GTranslate” has been translated into 10 languages. Thanks to the translators for their contributions.

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Change log

2.9.13

  • Added PDF invoice translation support in WooCommerce PDF Invoices plugin
  • Correction du problème de traduction des e-mails avec les domaines personnalisés
  • Correction d’une faute de frappe dans le nom de la langue sundanaise

2.9.12

  • Fix for conflict with WP Rocket plugin when “Load JavaScript deferred” option is enabled

2.9.11

  • Fix for Divi when both “Defer jQuery” and “Enqueue jQuery Compatibility Script” are enabled in Divi Theme Performance options

2.9.10

  • Added support for deffered jQuery library loading, this should fix issues with Divi theme jQuery library defer option

2.9.9

  • Fixed information disclosure security issue through url_addon/debug.txt
  • Added admin notification when translation debug mode is on
  • Fixed typo in Irish language name in native alphabet
  • Added is_readable check for config.php file before modifying it
  • Added conflict notice for WPML Multilingual CMS plugin

2.9.8

  • Fix for email translation issue related to new base64 encoding format introduced in v2.9.7
  • Added new fields into woocommerce script data for translation
  • Removed script_loader_tag format modification, which is not necessary any more

2.9.7

  • Happy New Year! 🙂
  • Fixed language selector issue when using custom domains for different languages
  • Email translation logic updated to use base64 encoding to avoid potential firewall blocks

2.9.6

  • New flat flags style in SVG format
  • Added check version to avoid double Google Translate library inclusion which may cause javascript “Uncaught RangeError” error in free version

2.9.5

  • Fix for javascript error introduced in 2.9.4

2.9.4

  • New interface for paid plans to easily configure custom domains for languages
  • Adding Vary: Accept-Language response header when auto redirecting to browser language
  • Google Analytics event tracking is on by default when analytics.js is present on the website, old ga.js support is removed

2.9.3

  • Avoid minification of Google Translate javascript library by LiteSpeed Cache and WP Rocket cache plugins in the free version

2.9.2

  • Smoother scrolling for Nice dropdown with flags language selector widget look

2.9.1

  • New server added into our Translation Delivery Network

2.8.65

  • Possible Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability fixed, only possible for sub-domain, sub-directory paid options: An attacker can generate a malicious link and if followed by a victim with an old browser without proper URL encoding support (<= IE 9) then javascript code can be executed on victim’s computer. Kudos to Ram Gall @ Wordfence for notifying

2.8.64

  • New server added into our Translation Delivery Network

2.8.63

  • Minor change: prefer IPv4 in paid version server communication as some hosts have issues with IPv6

2.8.62

  • Tested with new WordPress 5.7 version
  • Fix for email translation debug
  • Avoid PHP warning suppression code
  • Autoswitch to browser language issue related to Chinese language code is fixed
  • Auto redirect to browser language issue related to Hebrew language code (he, iw) fixed

2.8.61

  • Tested with new WordPress 5.6 version
  • Ground up rebuild of our Translation Proxy cloud network for paid customers, now page translations are 3x faster on average.
    • New proprietary spec-compliant HTML parser which is 8x faster than PHP SimpleHTMLDom library used by TranslatePress Multilingual and Weglot Translate plugins
    • In case of invalid HTML, it will be fixed after page translation
    • New caching layer to cache translated pages, previously only original pages were cached
    • Optimized caching with option to clear all original and translated page caches
    • Better error reporting
    • New top of the line hardware with Intel Xeon multi-core processors with up to 5 Ghz clock speed

2.8.60

  • Added debug option for WooCommerce Email translation

2.8.59

  • Fix for redirect loop in sub-directory translate mode caused by empty get parameters: ?a=&b= -> ?a&b

2.8.58

  • New monochrome flags option
  • Avoids using /RegEx/ in JavaScript to not cause conflicts with WP Rocket optimizer

2.8.57

  • New control options for flag size and colors of the “Nice dropdown with flags” language switcher
  • Removed old PNG images for dropdown arrow and gradient background, now using SVG and CSS instead

2.8.56

  • Translate WooCommerce Emails feature is fixed and is out of beta

2.8.55

  • Fixed blank settings page issue when settings data is in corrupted state in database

2.8.54

  • Added more servers into the list of our growing Translation Delivery Network

2.8.53

  • Fixed issue in Translate Woocommerce emails feature related to wordpress magic quotes

2.8.52

  • Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability fixed: Only possible for sub-domain, sub-directory paid options with hreflang tags enabled: An attacker can generate a malicious link and if followed by a victim then javascript code can be executed on victim’s computer

2.8.51

  • Translate WooCommerce Emails feature added, now we are in beta testing stage.
  • Minor issue solved related to http request headers in Sub-directory URL structure
  • FAQ updated

2.8.50

  • Solved issue with wp_get_referer checks not passing on translated sub-domains
  • Solved issue with http Refresh header which was not redirecting to correct URL in translated version
  • Email translation is coming: we need volunteers to test translation of emails, please contact live chat

2.8.49

  • Added translate support for MyHome IDX Broker plugin

2.8.48

  • Fix for Javanese language hreflang code: jv instead of jw
  • Typo in variable name fixed

2.8.47

  • Fix for hebrew hreflang code when hebrew is the original language
  • Visitor real IP detection fixed for woocommerce plugin
  • Show warning when PHP Curl library is missing
  • Fix {lang}.www.test.com case when auto-redirecting to browser language

2.8.46

  • Fix for relative path issue for some hosts

2.8.45

  • Fix for expired cacert.pem file, please update

2.8.44

  • Added cacert file to verify peer when calling home
  • Passing real visitor IP address when loading translations
  • Logos updated

2.8.43

  • New features in User Dashboard:
  • Find and Replace before and after translation
  • Skip Translation of Phrases
  • Skip Translation by CSS selector
  • Skip Translation by page URL
  • Define HTML Blocks to edit translation as a whole
  • Define JSON object keys which should be translated
  • Optimized translation of URL slugs
  • Fix for Sundanese flag
  • Fix for double language code when redirection happens based on referrer

2.8.42

  • New dashboard for paid customers https://my.gtranslate.io/
  • Minor changes

2.8.41

  • Added support for WP REST API JSON translation for posts and categories
  • Deeper integration with WooCommerce
  • Integration with WooCommerce Multi-Step Checkout plugin
  • Integration with Agile Store Locator plugin
  • Auto switch language based on browser language settigns for paid version added

2.8.40

  • Updated Hebrew language code for hreflang (he instead of iw)
  • Added translation for ajax_url javascript variables, previously only wp_ajax_url were translated
  • Multisite support added for hreflang tags
  • Fix woocommerce cart cookie path when wp in installed in folder
  • Fix for incorrect http response headers regex

2.8.39

  • 2 more translation proxy servers added: ani, evn

2.8.38

  • Hreflang tags bug fixed
  • Pricing info updated

2.8.37

  • Fix for identical hreflang tags when using www prefix for domain

2.8.36

  • Option to add hreflang tags for translated pages
  • Fix for Contact Form 7

2.8.35

  • Admin notice added for conflicting plugins
  • Disabled translation of non-selected languages when accessed directly in sub-directory URL structure mode
  • Update to WordPress 4.9.1 before updating GTranslate
  • Fixed update issue related to bug in new WP 4.9 flatten_dirlist function

2.8.34

  • Non-stable: Fixed update issue related to bug in new WP 4.9 flatten_dirlist function. Important: If you are using Globe widget look, make sure to open GTranslate settings page, click “Reset Code to Default” under Widget Code section and Save.

2.8.33

  • Fixed issue related to new version of Contact Form 7
  • Ready for WordPress 4.9

2.8.32

  • New feature: auto switch language based on browser language settigns
  • Minor fixes: Greek name in native alphabet, Flag size option for Globe Widget look, vertical position in pixels

2.8.31

  • Removed email and name from Intercom chat

2.8.30

  • Fixed issue with double gzip compression when zlib.output_compression is on

2.8.29

  • Lazy image loading added for popup and nice dropdown look
  • Fixed languages list hiding issue on narrow screens
  • Fixed popup widget look issue for mobile devices

2.8.28

  • Changed static content paths to be relative to scheme
  • Added “notranslate” class for dropdown widget look
  • Added drodpown select wrapper id for easy CSS styling
  • PHP URL rewriting added for some environments without .htaccess support: pantheon, flywheel, etc
  • Fixed issue in url addon related to relative path location redirects

2.8.27

  • Fixed issue for some mobile phones related to nice looking dropdown selector staying open
  • Fixed issue related to Cloudflare 1000 error
  • Fixed caching issue with modified translations

2.8.26

  • Fixed relative path issue in .htaccess file for some websites which use mixed https and http
  • Fixed IE javascript error on GTranslate Settings page preventing correct rendering of options
  • Fixed popup view issue to show the selected language correctly
  • Fixed issue when changing language from language with 3 letter language code to another
  • A hint on re-ordering the languages list for better user experience was added
  • Reset widget code to default button was added

2.8.25

  • New widget look added – Popup
  • Native template RTL support added

2.8.24

  • No-scroll option added for floating language selector
  • Now you can add more than one GTranslate widget to your sidebar

2.8.23

  • Show native language names option turned off by default
  • Fixed issue with initial rendering of the language selector
  • Documentation updated

2.8.22

  • Intercom live chat support integrated
  • Gzip compression optimizations

2.8.21

  • Fix for gzip compression issues on mobile phones

2.8.20

  • Google neural machine translations, better quality!!!
  • Added gzip compression for communication between server and client
  • Fixed issue with double translation

2.8.19

  • Render gtranslate selector in a submenu if the menu link has gtranslate-parent class
  • Bug fixed when select tag has more than one class assigned

2.8.18

  • Make sure default language is always selected
  • Paid pricing updated
  • Disable text highlighting when translated

2.8.17

  • Fixed saving translation issue which appeared in 2.8.16 version
  • Minor readme fixes

2.8.16

  • Added option to save encoded HTML to avoid some firewall blocking
  • Updated readme to look better with the new wp.org plugin updates
  • Added link to easily navigate from widgets to plugin settings page

2.8.15

  • Fix for saving issue on GoDaddy hosting
  • Fix for double gziping in sub-directory URL structure when using Sucuri service

2.8.14

  • Added Argentina and Colombia alternative flags
  • Fixed bug in Nice looking dropdown look related to clicking the last dropdown element
  • Fixed Quebec flag issue
  • Fixed caching incompatability issue in nice looking dropdown look with GoDaddy cache, W3 Total Cache and WP Fastest Cache

2.8.13

  • Fixed bug with Globe widget look
  • Disables conflicting similar translation plugins
  • Fixed bug appeared in the latest version with the number of available languages

2.8.12

  • Tweaks to make it work better with WooCommerce
  • Fixed bug when turning off native language names option
  • Fixed bug with reordering languages
  • Fixed bug with updating the plugin when using sub-directory option
  • Fixed bug in doGTrnaslate javascript function
  • Fixed bug with floating selector when admin bar is visible (thanks to @redoper)
  • Readme updated to comply with WordPress directory guidelines (keywords removed WPML, qtranslate, transposh, loco translate, polylang, prisna translate, gts translation, lingotek, google website translator, global translator)

2.8.11

  • Fix for open redirect issue
  • Fix for incorrect selected language in nice dropdown

2.8.10

  • Added Quebec and Canada alternative flags for French and English

2.8.9

  • Major changes
  • Added missing flags, so all 104 languages have flags now
  • New 48px size flags added
  • New widget look added Flags and Language name
  • New widget look added Flags and Language code
  • New widget look added Language names
  • New widget look added Language codes

2.8.8

  • Fix for flags rendering issue in menu
  • Fix for analytics code in onfly mode
  • Fixed issue with some template conflicts

2.8.7

  • Happy New Year! 🙂
  • Fix for mystery language change when selecting default language
  • .htaccess plugin_path now relative without http://example.com
  • Bug fixed, scrolling for dropdown flags doesn’t work on some templates

2.8.6

  • Fixed bug on options page related to native language names
  • Plugin keywords added: multilanguage, multilingual, language, bilingual, i18n
  • Vimeo videos replaced by YouTube videos: GTranslate video and Translation Proxy video

2.8.5

  • Show languages in their native names
  • Automatically select default language based on wordpress locale
  • Coding issue with PHP Strict Standards and Fatal Error on some PHP versions fixed
  • Error messages more informative

2.8.4

  • New option to select in which menu the selector should appear

2.8.3

  • Added URL add-on to easily enable sub-directory URL structure (paid)
  • New option to easily enable URL Translation
  • Disallow both sub-domain and sub-directory URL structure selection at the same time
  • Fix for language change issue when URL Translation is on

2.8.2

  • Floating language selector option added: Top left, Top right, Bottom left, Bottom right

2.8.1

  • New Globe widget look added
  • Plugin localization added
  • Language list reordering added

2.0.21

  • New option to render in primary menu

2.0.20

  • Fix for depreciated code: PLUGINDIR

2.0.19

  • Added support message
  • Added Live Chat on GTranslate options page
  • Plugin tags added: polylang, prisna, gts, localize, lingotek, smartling
  • Plugin tags added: qtranslate, loco translate, google website translator, translate wordpress
  • Plugin tags added: translate, transposh, glabol translator, machine translate, wp translate

2.0.18

  • Alternative flags added: USA flag, Brazil flag, Mexico flag

2.0.17

  • GTranslate settings logo moved to localhost

2.0.16

  • Fixed possible Cross-Site-Scripting security issue
  • GTranslate logo moved to localhost
  • Update notice removed

2.0.15

  • Fix for not saving GTranslate configuration on some hostings
  • Tested up to 4.6
  • Plugin tags modified: language translator, weglot, scrybs, wpml

2.0.14

  • Fix for javascript CDATA
  • Support for Google new analytics.js added

2.0.13

  • Notifications added

2.0.12

  • Readme updated, demo videos added
  • Fixed issue in Nice dropdown look

2.0.11

  • Fixed issue with default language in Nice dropdown look

2.0.10

  • Updated links, FAQ and readme

2.0.9

  • Fixed undefined variable PHP notice

2.0.8

  • Added 13 new languages: Amharic, Corsican, Frisian, Kyrgyz, Hawaiian, Kurdish (Kurmanji), Luxembourgish, Samoan, Scots Gaelic, Shona, Sindhi, Pashto and Xhosa

2.0.7

  • PHP notice and warning messages fixed

2.0.6

  • Updated option names to be clear

2.0.5

  • New widget look has been added: Nice dropdown with flags
  • Hiding and showing options in settings interface to be user friendly

2.0.4

  • Added 34 new languages!
  • Support for wordpress 4.4

2.0.3

  • Update recommended message added – a minor change compared to 2.0.2

2.0.2

  • Added support for sites using SSL

2.0.1

  • Admin refreshed

1.0.38

  • Fix for flags display with some templates

1.0.37

  • Bug fixed with new versions of PHP
  • Translation queue added

1.0.36

  • On Fly IE9 bug fixed

1.0.35

  • On Fly method is back

1.0.34

  • Error fixed with Chinese language in Enterprise mode

1.0.33

  • Support for Enterprise version added

1.0.30

  • Link and call home updated

1.0.29

  • Custom update checker added

1.0.28

  • Links changed

1.0.27

  • Changed text in noscript tag

1.0.26

  • Fixed issue with SSL admin

1.0.25

  • Fixed installation notification on update event
  • Removed unnecessary commented code

1.0.24

  • Tracking added for collecting statistics

1.0.23

  • Bug fixed with javascript jquery loading option

1.0.22

  • Bug fixed with language change in Pro mode
  • Added noscript tag

1.0.21

  • Statistics collector temporarily disabled

1.0.20

  • Changed the statistics collector server from Google AppEngine to GoDaddy

1.0.19

  • Added a dummy img to collect usage statistics

1.0.18

  • Fixed issue with the parameters saving in the admin

1.0.17

  • Minor changes in readme.txt

1.0.16

  • Added [GTranslate] syntax to be used inside wordpress articles/pages

1.0.15

  • Added aff link to track visits from wordpress on my site

1.0.14

  • Added notes, so people will not copy the code into their posts

1.0.13

  • jQuery conflicts fixed, using default wp jquery library
  • jQuery Translate updated to v1.4.7
  • CSRF Security Vulnerability fix

1.0.12

  • No changes made

1.0.11

  • Fonctionnalité d’analyse implémentée. Si vous avez le code Google Analytics _gaq sur votre site, vous pouvez l’activer et voir l’utilisation de la langue.
  • Correction d’un problème avec le chemin du cookie dans la méthode On Fly

1.0.10

  • Correction d’un bug : les paramètres de configuration étaient perdus après la mise à jour
  • FAQ mise à jour
  • Changelog réorganisé

1.0.9

  • Mise à jour de la description

1.0.8

  • Keywords added in the description page
  • Updated FAQs

1.0.7

  • Widget title has been changed
  • Link added

1.0.6

  • Bug fixed: magic_quotes_gpc problem

1.0.5

  • Error resolution: the configuration protects the problem

1.0.4

  • minor changes

1.0.3

  • Launch of the stable version

1.0.2

  • version RC2

1.0.1

  • version RC1

1.0.0

  • Initial release for WordPress

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  • Version : 2.9.13
  • Last update: 2  weeks
  • Installations actives : 400 000+
  • WordPress version: 2.8.1 or higher
  • Probably up to: 6.0.2
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