How do I get Google to translate a URL?

How do I get Google to translate a URL?

Open a web browser and go to In the text box on the left, type in the entire URL (including the http://) of the website you want to view. On the right, choose the language you want to see the website in. Then, click Translate.

How do you find the translated version of a website?

Open a web browser and go to You don’t need a Google account to access it, because it’s free to all. In the text box on the left, type in the entire URL (including the http://) of the website you want to view. On the right, choose the language you want to see the website in.

How can I add translator to my website?

Launch Google Chrome and go to the Google Translate website i.e. Type the entire URL of your website in the text box on the left. Select the new language you wish to translate your website into. Click the Translate button.

Can Google Chrome translate websites?

Google Chrome is a convenient web browser because it automatically offers to translate most foreign language websites into English, both on the desktop and your phone. Here’s how to translate whole webpages in Google Chrome, both on your desktop and in the mobile app for iPhone and Android.

What can I use instead of Google Translate?

List of 8 best alternatives to Google Translate for language conversion.

  • DeepL.
  • Microsoft Translator.
  • iTranslate.
  • Linguee.
  • Baidu Translate.
  • Babylon Translator.
  • Reverso Translation.
  • TripLingo Translator.

How do I make my website multilingual?

Here’s a short checklist of best practices for multilingual optimization:

  1. Translate URLs.
  2. Research long-tail keywords in different languages.
  3. Use only high-quality translations.
  4. Translate meta descriptions.
  5. Use hreflang tags.
  6. Use plugins with robust multilingual SEO.

How do I translate a website?

Translate webpages in Chrome

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. Go to a webpage written in another language.
  3. At the top, click Translate.
  4. Chrome will translate the webpage this one time.

What has happened to Google Translate?

On December 4, 2019 Google discontinued its popular Google Translate Widget. The widget can no longer be added to new sites. It is currently still available for websites that already have it installed.

How to get a link to a Google Translate translation?

Google Translate Web. Translate web pages to and from more than 100 languages. Google’s free online language translation service quickly translates web pages to other languages. Links 3560046 (95.21%) Wayback Machine. See how Google Translate Web looked in the past.

How do I get Google Translate?

Text translations: Type in text (103 languages).

  • Offline translations: Type in text offline (59 languages).
  • Instant camera translations: Camera translates in real time (88 languages).
  • Photos: Take a photo and upload for more accurate translation (50 languages).
  • Conversations: Real-time,two-way conversation (43 languages).
  • How do I install a translator?

    Click on the Download button on the sidebar to go directly to the Google Translate page in the Chrome Store.

  • Click the Add to Chrome button.
  • A window will open showing the permissions that Google Translate needs to run. Click Add Extension and it will be installed on your browser.
  • If you want to pin the Google Translate icon on your toolbar,click on the puzzle icon to open the list of extensions and then click on the pushpin icon.
  • How to fix Google Chrome translate not working?

    Make sure you have a proper internet connection,which is very important to access Google Translate extensions in Chrome.

  • Try resetting your Chrome settings and then accessing the Translator extensions.
  • Restart your computer and then try using Google Translate on your Chrome system again.