Translate in other languages

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I put a Web page with your gear. The tool is incredibly impressed me because of ease of use, interfere with me only that certain words can not be translated. Under what conditions it is possible to translate the terms in other languages?
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Hi oto

All online translators have difficulty with translating some words. If it is important to you that near 100% of your site is translated then I would use simple English and edit any words that are not translated into a the desired language.

With a little editing i am sure that you can work through this and for those words that you see not being translated use a thesaurus to change the word until the translator finds one that it likes. It may take you a little while but the end result is worth it...

Here is a post of mine from a few days ago about translators.

Happy site building
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I know the Google language tools and it works good. But this does not meet the needs of our users - pupils, parents ...
I thought the translation of words that are in software protected and simply can not be translated because it is not allowed to approach the administrator of these words.
So these are words:
home (SLO - domov)
blogroll (SLO - povezave),
Recent Posts (SLO - zadnje novice),
Categories(SLO - kategorije)
News Archive (SLO - blog arhiv, arhiv).
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Also maybe you need an URL of my site:
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Just found this and thought about your request. It will place a translator on your page. It's from Yahoo babel fish, but I had to edit it so use this code...

<!-- <script type="text/javascript" charset="UTF-8" language="JavaScript1.2" src="> -->

Leave out the <!-- and the --> at the beginning and end.

paste it in an html widget.

To see what it is, go to the bottom of my home page: