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Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by doodlez doobie on November 27th 2012, 12:05 am

I have a forum being used by many people from around the world some of them speak not so good english and have requested a page translator to be put on each page or post so they understand is there a way to do this ? if so could someone point me in the right direction. ty kindly

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by IA03 on November 27th 2012, 1:36 am

JUST USE GOOGLE TRANSLATE DUMMY :wouhou:

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by doodlez doobie on November 27th 2012, 1:41 am

wow jeez thats not what i was talking about and calling me names is something childish and what i dont have time for but u have a good day any ways

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by Base on November 27th 2012, 1:47 am

@IA03 wrote:JUST USE GOOGLE TRANSLATE DUMMY :wouhou:

You are definitely receiving a warning for this. It is not nice to call other people names. If you intend to help, please do so in a respectful manner. Just as you would expect to be treated with respect when you ask a question. Do not do this again.

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by Aconitin on November 27th 2012, 8:58 am


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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by iyaaz on November 27th 2012, 8:33 pm

@doodlez doobie wrote:I have a forum being used by many people from around the world some of them speak not so good english and have requested a page translator to be put on each page or post so they understand is there a way to do this ? if so could someone point me in the right direction. ty kindly

Hello doodlez doobie

have you try this puting a tool bar called Wibiya Bar on your forum?
I have over 65 language on that tool bar
the Wibiya Bar can be installed and customized without any coding; simply log in to your account at any time, and edit the bar.



the best part of this tool it's freeware, now this will put a smile on your face..... Very Happy
(Google it ------) Wibiya Bar

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by Kaizer Lee on November 27th 2012, 10:04 pm

Hello,

Code:
<div id="translator">
This is your bottom bar.
</div>

Now do you see the This is your bottom bar? Anyway, changed it to the code of the translator you can download or from an embedded in the internet Smile

And then add this in your CSS:

Code:
#translator {
  position: fixed;
  bottom: 0px;
  right: 0px;
  width: 100%;
  background: #105289;
  color: #fff;
}

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by IA03 on November 28th 2012, 12:33 am

@Base wrote:
@IA03 wrote:JUST USE GOOGLE TRANSLATE DUMMY :wouhou:

You are definitely receiving a warning for this. It is not nice to call other people names. If you intend to help, please do so in a respectful manner. Just as you would expect to be treated with respect when you ask a question. Do not do this again.

=> Member warned.

Don't post on this topic unless you're helping
DEFINTLY NOT HELP TO THIS TOPIC bwi

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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by SLGray on November 28th 2012, 3:08 am

@IA03 wrote:
@Base wrote:
@IA03 wrote:JUST USE GOOGLE TRANSLATE DUMMY :wouhou:

You are definitely receiving a warning for this. It is not nice to call other people names. If you intend to help, please do so in a respectful manner. Just as you would expect to be treated with respect when you ask a question. Do not do this again.

=> Member warned.

Don't post on this topic unless you're helping
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Re: Putting A Translator on the forum

Post by Kaizer Lee on November 28th 2012, 11:18 am

Please do check if the provided codes will help in anyway. I already researched about some translator embedded codes and this is what I came up with:

This code will be put in your announcement:

Code:
<div id="translator">
<!-- Start of Code for Google Translate -->

<div id="google_translate_element"></div><script>
function googleTranslateElementInit() {
new google.translate.TranslateElement({
pageLanguage: 'en'
}, 'google_translate_element');
}
</script><script src="//translate.google.com/translate_a/element.js?cb=googleTranslateElementInit"></script>

<!-- End of Code for Google Translate -->
</div>

And then please put this in your CSS:

Code:
#translator {
  position: fixed;
  bottom: 0px;
  right: 0px;
  width: 100%;
  background: #105289;
  color: #fff;
}

Hopefully, the codes provided would work Smile.

Or, the above code in a Javascript management or in your template Smile.

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