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Old May 9th, 2007, 07:27 AM
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Default Translate Web Site Language on FLY


Can anyone please suggest any API(ready for paid service) that translates the web site language on fly.

Website will contain dynamic content from database.

I dnt want to replicate the data in multiple languages as that may be tedious to manage.

So I am looking for API that does this on fly.

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Could you recommend the users use Babel.altavista.com , possibly providing a link.

To translate sections, words and titles would take so long to do (via HTTP), that is wouldn't be worth attempting it.



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