Google Translate has released a few updates to help you translate, or not, your pages for your site visitors.
First up is a widget that you can place on your site to offer visitors translation via Google Translate. It's very Google branded, so that may deter some, but here's what it looks like:
Secondly, there are code snippets available if you do NOT want Google to be able to translate your page or certain parts of a page.
class=notranslate is available for any html element. Here's an example:
For an entire page, use meta tags like this:
Available languages include:
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