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Translate plugin

  1. Hello, I think the wordpress should have already installed "translate content" plugin. Nowadays people create blogs/websites which are targeted at international groups. To present it self better, a company that makes their website using wordpress.com must have their website on at least two different languages depending on what sector they are working with.
    I my case, my customer wants his website translated to four more languages and I have trouble finding and installing a plugin that would fit the webdesign.
    I hope my feedback was helpful for you. :)

    Kind Regards
    Donika

    The blog I need help with is cafemeza.dk.

  2. I have translation on my WordPress.com blogs. There are two workarounds and you will find them here > http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com/2011/02/14/translation-widget-for-wordpress-com-blogs/
    Note: You can copy and paste the code on my Translations page and then replace every occurrence of my blog's URL in the code with your own blog's URL.

  3. Yes, I tried that, but my website's official language is Danish and it does not want to translate it correctly. Is there any other way?

  4. Not at this time. There is no FTP access to our free hosted WordPress.com blogs and we bloggers cannot upload any plugins. Until Staff see this as the [important issue that it is and choose to install a plugin on this multiuser blogging platform for all of us to use there's nothing more we can do.

  5. Alright. Thank you for the information. :)
    Have a good night.

  6. You too and believe me when I say I think this is an important feature that ought to be added ASAP.

  7. Thank you. I think so also. I hope it will be soon also. I believe many people need this. :)

  8. So do I.

  9. so do I. Even if it is not google translate maybe you can find other workarounds!

    Regards!

  10. I have found two workarounds.

  11. Could you may be share the workarounds you found. It would be really great to finally translate my website. :)

  12. I have translation on my WordPress.com blogs. There are two workarounds and you will find them here > http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com/2011/02/14/translation-widget-for-wordpress-com-blogs/
    Note: You can copy and paste the code on my Translations page and then replace every occurrence of my blog's URL in the code with your own blog's URL.

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