ConveyThis is a free translation toolbar that translates your websites, blogs and personal webpages into a variety of foreign languages using Bing translator. The ConveyThis buttons intergrate seamlessly with your website.
We developed several designs for our free translation toolbar that don't take up much space on your website, yet offer a lot of functionality.
Here are some examples:
Smallest buttons (without drop down menu):
Yes, the ConveyThis button is absolutely free.
Watch our video tutorial to learn more or do the following:
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ConveyThis has a convenient WordPress blog translation plugin that's easy to install and setup.
Simply visit the "Add Plugin" section from your WordPress admin panel, search for "conveythis," and install and activate the plugin on your blog. It should work "out of the box" for most setups, but if you need to customize the button settings (e.g., change your blog's source language or change the button graphic styles), you can do some from the convenient customization panel under Settings > ConveyThis menu.
Click here for all the details in the official WordPress plugin repository.
ConveyThis now offers a new feature that allows you to get instant, on-site translation for your site without redirecting through a Google Translate iframe. This requires having a Google API key, which you can enter on your Edit Profile page once you've registered an account. After you've entered your information there, simply visit the Get Button page to generate the new code for your site! You will also need to create a list of approved domains from your Edit Profile page in order to prevent others from installing your button on their site.
This is a bit technical, so be sure to read up on how to create an API key (don't worry about the other technical information—ConveyThis will handle the rest) and what Google's pricing structure is for using their service if you want to incorporate this feature on your site. You will never be charged by ConveyThis for this service.
Note: when creating an API key with Google, select the "browser key" option and leave the "accept requests from these HTTP referrers" option blank—you can limit the sites that use the key from your ConveyThis account directly, and your API key will not be visible by third-parties.
That's it, it's that easy!