Browser magic: translate our website in your own language!

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Today, we're going to learn about browser translation tools. These tools help you read our websites in your own language. This guide will show you how to do it easily.

Google Chrome:

Google Chrome is a popular web browser with a built-in translation tool. Follow these steps to translate a website:

  1. Open Google Chrome: Make sure your Chrome is up-to-date.
  2. Go to gmpplus.org.
  3. In the upper right corner there are 3 dots, Click on it.
  4. Look for the option ‘Translate’.
  5. Confirm: A message will ask if you want to translate the page. Click ‘Translate’. You can select any language you prefer.
  6. See the Translation: The page will show in your language.

Mozilla Firefox:

Mozilla Firefox also helps you translate websites:

  1. Open Firefox: Make sure you have the latest Firefox.
  2. Go to gmpplus.org.
  3. Automatic Help: Firefox often shows a message at the top, asking if you want to translate. Click "Translate."
  4. Enjoy the Translation: The website will change to your language, making it easier to understand.

Microsoft Edge:

If you're using Microsoft Edge, here's how you can translate a website:

  1. Start Edge: Use the latest version of Microsoft Edge.
  2. Go to gmpplus.org.
  3. Automatic Translation: Edge usually notices other languages and asks if you want help. Click "Translate."
  4. Explore the Translated Page: Now, the website is in your language, and you can explore it comfortably.

These tools make it easy to understand our website in your own language. Remember to keep your browser updated, and you'll have the latest features. Enjoy exploring our website, now with the magic of translation!