The beauty of adding a translator widget to your website is it can make your site more internationally accessible especially to visitors from foreign countries who visit your site. There are plenty of translation tools out there which allow users to convert the site into a variety of languages. For instance, Windows Live Translator, Google Translate, etc offer the same service. However, most of these translation widgets or website translators tend to require users to stray from the original page and go to other websites for the translation.
To tackle this practical defect, Microsoft at the company’s Mix Conference in Las Vegas has announced the release of a new translation widget which allows Web developers to let users translate their website into other languages without having to leave the page. This new translation widget allows website developers to offer users a pull-down menu to translate a Web page into multiple languages. With this service, users do not need to leave the page even when converting in into another language.
Web developers who want to bring in real-time, in-place translations to their websites can get the new translation widget via the link here.