The SDAC Translate plugin uses Google Translate to translate your site’s content in multiple languages using a simple sidebar widget that is fully customizable.
- I wanted to keep this plugin as lightweight as possible so the widget output is cached and the images are all in one image.
- If you have non-standard plugin directory – see line 24 on how to add that into the plugin to make the images appear correctly.
- Unzip into your plugins directory (usually
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Visit the SDAC Translate Options (in Settings Menu)
- Place the widget into the sidebar.
How to use:
1. Use the admin to select what languages you would like available to your readers.
2. Add the widget (Appearance > Widgets) to your sidebar of choice:
3. Add the following code to your theme template if you want to place it without using widgets
<?php if ( function_exists('sdac_translate') ) sdac_translate(); ?>
- Where can I get support for this plugin?
You can submit any issues/feedback: http://sandboxdev.com/forums/forum/sdac-translate
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Contributors & Developers
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- Fixed display issue introduced with 1.2.5
- Added the ability to easily use this outside of widgets (see how to use) (as requested)
- Added Georgian as a new language option (as requested)
- Added site language option
- Moved from wp_cache to using to using transients
- Fixed undefined index ($styles)
- Added a clear div to take care of any float issues.
- Added English as a new language option (as requested)
- Removed some un-used images (admin)
- Code clean up, new admin style
- Condensed CSS
- Fixed index issue
- Changed admin JS code
- Added in additional validation
- Initial release