The latest upgrades are only available in the simpler WordPress Translation Widget Plugin.
You can download it from the official WordPress Plugin Repository site. New upgrades will automatically appear on your WordPress blog dashboard.
As always, this widget plugin, when activated from the Design tab of your WordPress blog dashboard, will put links – with the tag
rel="nofollow", so that search engines don’t follow them – to automatic translations of that website by mainly Google Translation Engine language pairs, to and from (at least) all of these ones into each other, all in all 24×23 language pairs [more or less the number of language translations needed in the European Union…]
The widget offers translations from and into these languages:
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Danish, Greek, Croatian, Hindi, Korean, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Swedish and Finnish.
For the latest changes in version 1.1.1 – following Google Translation Engine changes and improvements, you can visit the official release note.
Upgrades for the simple WordPress plugin available in this blog are
therefore discontinued not discontinued, due to the need expressed by some bloggers to have this simpler PHP code inserted in their themes, instead of the less flexible widget.
Thanks for the support.