This demo is only for one webpage, if you want your whole website translated, then all you need to do is make a change to your website's DNS settings to point a sub domain to our servers. No coding required! Your DNS settings are managed by the company who registered your website domain, and the process only takes a few minutes.
Unlike many website translation services, where the translated text is not visible to Google's spider, this approach ensures that Google can read your translated website, and will index and rank it seperately to your main website. You can even get a country-specific ranking-boost by setting the geo-targeting option within Google Search Console
Every if your website is dynamic, and changes all the time, then the translated version will keep automatically up to date, by always using the latest version of your site. This means that you don't have to manually update the translated versions of your site.
Machine translation is far from perfect, and often it can make glaring mistakes that anyone can see. We offer an interface that allows you edit translated text on your website, to perfect the translated version
If you'd like to have your website translated, then you need to edit your DNS settings on your domain to point to our servers, and create a CNAME record to point to "WebsiteTranslation.net" for each subdomain / language you want to have available.
For example, if your website is "www.MyShoes.com", and you wish to have this website available in Spanish and Italian, then you would set up the subdomains "it.MyShoes.com" and "es.MyShoes.com" and add corresponding CNAME records to "WebsiteTranslation.net". Of Course, if you happen to own "www.MyShoes.es" and "www.MyShoes.it", then you can point the CNAMES on these domains also - It's even better for SEO.
We don't yet support the facility for translating within the same domain - such as www.myshoes.com/it and www.myshoes.com/es - but talk to us, if this is what you need, and we can develop a solution for you.
After you've set up the CNAME records, you'll need to tell us that you're ready to go live. Use the contact us form below, and tell us your domains, and what language is needed for each. Also, tell us if you want automated or professional translation.
If you need to have HTTPS (Secure HTTP) on your website, then we offer free SSL certificates from Let's Encrypt. These gives you an SEO boost due to Google's Trustrank scoring, and also keeps your customer's data more secure.
If you have your own HTTPS certificate issued by another authority, that you would prefer to use, then you need to ensure that it is valid for the subdomain being used - typically, this means a wildcard certificate. You will need to send us the PFX file of your certificate, and PFX password in order for us to use a third-party certificate.
If you have pages that have a mixture of HTML tags and text, then our API can separate the markup from the text, without performing any translation.
Machine translations often produce gibberish instead of readable text, and even at best, the text is confusing and unprofessional. You can contact us, if you'd prefer to have a professional translator work on your website instead.
If some of your text is contained in a database, that also needs to be localised, then we can handle MySQL, Microsoft SQL server, Postgre and Oracle formats.
If your website is still under development, and cannot be made public yet, or is an Intranet, then we can work with you to perform the translation with minimal adjustments to your firewall.