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Kjell M.
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Hello, a new question here
How about this language app, see attachment Screenshot-01? When I have Norwegian as my language on my website, can I use this app? What page do I put it on, is it the home page, the home page?
Is there any automatic translation in this app or do I have to translate page by page, see attachment Screenshot-02?

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Kjell M.
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The other attachment, Screenshot-02

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Daniel W.
Daniel W.
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I haven't tested it yet, but probably only a selection is displayed and the visitor selects a language, which then in another browser tab shows the Google page in a narrow strip at the top and below that your own page with the translated text. You can then change pages in the menu while the Google strip remains at the top.

Should be similar to the browser addon that you can set up yourself, e.g. Firefox addon "Simple Translate".

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Daniel W.
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Since visitors can get to any page via Google or links on other websites, it might be a good idea to put this in the head area if this is possible.

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Daniel W.
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If I have understood the link and the video in it correctly, then you have to create a copy (or more) of your own project and translate all the texts in the copy.

With the "Language Choice" object, which is placed in the header or footer, visitors can then switch between the 2 (and more) websites created - nothing more.

+++++ As an alternative +++++

You could recommend a browser plugin to the visitors, then you would not have to translate all your pages into different languages ​​yourself.

Firefox and Edge, e.g. the addon "Simple Translate"

Chrome: Chrome Web Store > Extensions > Google translator

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