Language:
 
 
Pages:
  
1.Introduction
2.Getting Started
 
Adding Files and Folder for Translation
Words to Exclude
Tags to Exclude
Browse and Translate Websites
Working with Translation Memory
3.Advanced Options
4.Settings
5.Troubleshooting Tips
6.Resources
 

Site Translator 4.13


Adding Files and Folders for Translation

You can add one or more files and folders for translation.  The file formats that are supported are HTM, HTML, ASP, ASPX, ASCX, CHM, PHP, PHP3, PHTML, RESX, and XML.

The files that you add can be in any of the following languages:

  • Catalan

  • Czech

  • Dutch

  • Filipino

  • French

  • Hungarian

  • Italian

  • Polish

  • Spanish

  • Turkish

  • Croatian

  • Danish

  • English

  • Finnish

  • German

  • Indonesian

  • Norwegian

  • Portuguese

  • Swedish

The original language is automatically detected and displayed as soon as you add the file.

Click File >> Add >> Files to Translate / Folder to Translate.

How to translate your files?

You can translate files or entire folders on your PC.  The files and folders that you add must be on a local or a network drive.  When a folder is selected for translation, all the files and sub folders present in it are translated.  Specify the language in which you want to translate the file from the destination dropdown.

Click Translate to start the translation process.

When the translation is completed, the destination file is hyperlinked.  Click on the link to view the translated file.

To change the output location, click Tools >>Settings >> Choose Output Folder.

During the translation process, Site Translator may show a Retry Pending Status.  This occurs when the Internet connection is slow, disconnected or there is no response from the translation server.  After the translation of all the files in the list, Site Translator attempts to retranslate the file with the Retry Pending Status.  A Failed Status is displayed after three unsuccessful attempts.



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