Meta tag notranslate will block the page from translating into other languages by the translator google translate
Recently, Google makes us happy with our innovations more and more often. Today, on their blog, they announced several new ways to use and manage their Google Translate service, including support for new HTML tags and attributes that will prevent Google from translating the content of your page.
The meta tag "notranslate" will block the page from translating to other languages. It will look like this:
<meta name=“google” value=“notranslate” />
If you want Google not to translate only part of the text, then you need to add the attribute "notranlate" as a class:
E-mail адрес: <span class=“notranslate”>sales at mydomain dot com</span>.
When webmasters upload content to their site, they are guided by the fact that people from all over the world will read it. However, unfortunately, the majority of content on the network is presented in one language, understood only by the share of the entire population of the earth. By making content more accessible to everyone, Google has developed a number of tools for automatically translating the text of your pages into languages around the world.
If you have a large number of international visitors and want to facilitate their translation of your page into their language, Google has developed a new translation widget that you can place on any HTML page.
If someone can not read your page in the current language, it can use the mentioned widget. Finally, if you want to integrate automatic translation into your pages, use the AJAX Language API.
Google supports the following languages: Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian , Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.