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Google path to translate an http path

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hello,
is it possible to use Google services
like this way:
http://translate.google.com?to_lang=eng&path=kooku.com/somwhere.htm
Thanks, Aryeh.
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Question by:tuchfeld
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You can use Google tranlate API or translate tools.

http://translate.google.com/translate_tools?hl=en
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by:tuchfeld
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I see it's javascript code..
I guess I'll need to force it and run it after the page loads.
right?
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by:rangasuman
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Yes, thats one way to do it. Use Javascript onload() function
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by:tuchfeld
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ok let me test and get back.
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Havn't checked it yet. but time has passed and he deserves the points.
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