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Google Translation Flags Widget 2

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Here’s some new Google Translate Flags Widgets for Blogger and other blog platforms. I’ve made some changes to the old Google Translate Flags widget:

STYLE 1

Small button (with border)

Translation Flags

Click here to get code

Choose a color and get code:

To copy, click inside the box to highlight content then press Ctrl+C (or Command+C).

GREEN

YELLOW

BLACK

WHITE

PINK

BLUE

PALE PURPLE

How To Install This Widget


STYLE 2

Small button (width: 200 pixel)

Translation Flags

Click here to get code

Choose a color and get code:

To copy, click inside the box to highlight content then press Ctrl+C (or Command+C).

GREEN

YELLOW

BLACK

WHITE

PINK

BLUE

PALE PURPLE

How To Install This Widget



How to add the Google Translate Flags Widget to your blog:

Blogger

1. Go to your Blogger Dashboard > Layout > Blogger LogoPage Elements > Add a gadget > HTML/JavaScript
2. Paste the code into the html box
3. (Optional) Add a title. Ex: Translate, Translate this page, etc
4. Save (or Save Changes).

WordPress

1. Login to your Admin panel or Dashboard > Wordpress LogoPresentation tab or Appearance > Widgets > add a Text widget.
2. Paste the code into the Text Widget.
3. (Optional) Add a title. Ex: Translate, Translate this page, etc
4. Save or Save Changes).

This widget is powered by Google™ Translate BETA. It is distributed freely. Feel free to use it, change it to meet your needs.

If you liked this widget, or if you have questions or suggestions, please let me know by leaving a comment below. [Back To Top]

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16 comments

  1. hello everybody

    can you help me please ?

    how to add Arabic language to this widget ??

  2. Installed the widget today – very impressed with it. Is there any way of having more flags / languages on the widget itself?

    • I will make another version of the widget that will include all available languages on Google Translate. Hopefully I can finish it within this week. You will be notified.

  3. The main problem is not a good looking style or more languajes. Because you can look for google translate documentation and add any other languaje that it supports.
    But how can you solve the way when you have the site already translated, and you want to translate it to another languaje?
    Trying the example fails on that case :S

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