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Translate website copy

Posted on 2013-10-24
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This site has a google translate feature located below the main top header image.

http://www.ssrhospicehome.org/

1.How does this get added to a site?  Is it simply a link?
2. Do you need to pay for this service?
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by:Dave Baldwin
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I'm looking at it now at https://translate.google.com/manager/website/   I'll let you know.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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It appears to be free but you do have to access it thru your Google account and it is tied to a single web site, at least the access code appears to be.  http://www.dibsplace.com/indexG.html
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Is it just code you plunk into your site?
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Yes but you do have to sign up.  If you look at the source code for either site above, there is a <div> followed by some javascript and I had to put a <meta> tag in the head section for my page.  The hospice page has a google-verify tag already in it so that may take care of it for them.
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Thanks Dave!
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You're welcome!
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