Although Google is making great efforts to allow its translation tool to be used naturally when reading a web page in another language, it is not the only solution we have.
WordPress users can always resort to the famous Google Translator plugin, which can be configured using the Google translation engine, Babel Fish, Promt and FreeTranslations.
This plugin allows you to display different flags for visitors to select their language, accessing a new web page created with the translated texts.
In any case, the option that I want to present today offers something different, allowing the content to be displayed in the visitor’s language, automatically, without the need to show any additional button or option.
It is dakwak.com, a script that we can add to our website and that detects the language of the visitor’s browser to offer translated content, without the need to create a new page.
It offers the possibility for readers to help improve the translation (a feature still in development), as well as to customize the translation of some specific phrases.
Compatible with more than 60 languages, I leave you now with a video demonstrating its operation.