WordPress.com Now Has The Google Translate Widget

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Today the WordPress.com News blog/website released a post called: Your Site, Now In Other Languages: Introducing The Google Translate Widget.

In that post WordPress.com announced the release of the Google Translate Widget.

The Google Translate Widget uses Google Translate to translate your blog/website into other languages when someone uses this widget.

This widget has been requested many times for many years by many people (including me), probably since the early years of WordPress.com, and so it is long overdue and a bit late; but it is better late than never in this case I guess.

I have decided to enable the Google Translate Widget on my blog even though I do not really care about it now anymore (I am neutral about it now probably after giving up on it ever being released on WordPress.com years ago), but maybe it will prove helpful/useful to someone; and…

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