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The translate link on a GeorgiaGov platform site, located above the search box in the utility menu, translates into 7 languages: Chinese (Simplified), Haitian Creole, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese

Brings the power of Google Website Translate into Drupal, providing an instant translated version of your site's text.

Convert any menu link into a google translate switch, that, on click, will show a dropdown with configured languages. This way we keep a lean user interface for those who do not need the translation option. Optionally, you can add the translate switch as a block instead.



  • Add a new link to any menu
  • Add any text to the title, i.e. "Translate"
  • Add this placeholder as the path: <google-translate>

To configure the disclaimer message and available languages, go to /admin/config/system/google-translate

Comparison with Gtranslate

These two modules are similar but don't integrate with the same service. While Google Translator (this module) adds a simple widget to your website that does a simple machine translation of a single page on the spot using Google Website Translate, Gtranslate module provides integration with Gtranslate, a freemium service that leverages Google's translate but also adds a whole host of localization options.

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