If you what better translation accuracy for things like, contracts, and memberships, service offers, you should hire someone to install and set up a multilingual plugin for you. Using an average translation like Google Translate is not ideal for every website, especially for those who have financial transactions. Today, I will show you how to add Google Translate into your WordPress website using a plugin like Google Language Translator.
WordPress website into Multilingual website
Today, I will show you how to add Google Translate into a WordPress website by installing the Google Language Translator plugin. This plugin is very popular and has 100,000+ Active Installations. You can install and set up this plugin very easily.
If you are in the dashboard, hove over the menu from the left side and click on the add new like the image below.
Now Search the plugin in the WordPress plugin shop like the image below. You will find so many plugins there, just install the right one from them.
You will find the plugin at the top of the page. now click the “Install Now” button and activate the plugin for future use.
Go to the admin panel where you should see an additional menu under the setting. Now select the Google Language Translator from there.
Now check the box to activate it and then select all languages. English will be the default language, but if you can change it if you want.
Scroll down to the Floating Widget Settings section and check the box to allow it to translate. Now save changes.
Now click on the admin panel and hover over the Appearance and click on the Widgets option. The widgets allow you to customize the website’s sidebars. Now drag and drop the Google Language Translator from the left side to the theme sidebar.
Congratulations, you have successfully installed and set up the translate button on your website. A visitor will have to click on it and pick the desired flag from the language bar and the page will be translated.