I would like my site to do on the fly language translations. Im aware of 3 scripts that you can incoporate. Bablefish, Google Languages, and Translingo. It appears its a simple cut and paste script for each, but im not sure which to use or if someone has a better suggestion from experience. I've seen Google languages on several sites with either flags to select or a drop down static box. I want a drop down box to select the language. It appears to be limited to 6 or 7 languages. Translingo appears to have 30 languages but i dont see a lot of information on the net about it.
I believe this to be a simple cut and past job once you help me determine which script to choose. Final font colors and size etc... must match my site. I have preference towards a person that has someone experience and that can get it done fast. If you have experience please tell me and maybe show me an example. That would be great.
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