Skip to main content

Get yoor blog translated via Google Translations

Ok this is real cool, all you need is to copy and paste this code(courtesy, the guy who started Technorati) . So what I did was.

o Install my language packs(for east asian languages).

o Restarted my computer(gee..that you so have to do, if you're on a microsoft machine)

o The code, in JavaScript and HTML

o I pasted this code just under my post tag, you can also put it all above to display it on top as well. (Maybe I'll do that too, if I can't find a way quickly now to translate my individual post, it's possible but right now I gotta rush to the movies ;-)).

Ok so we're back, cool movie Madagascar, by the way.

PS: For Japanese, Korean and Chinese you'll need to install language packs on your XP machine, or else you'll see lot's of pipe bars.

If you're not seeing this on for the Japanese, Korean or Chinese then you need to install the language packs(On *nix machines it should be installed). If you have XP/2000 then you might want to install the language packs. See below.

Click on it and then Install them, you will be asked for the installation CD.

And then clicking on, for instance a japanese translation you'll see this page.

and upon clicking for translation you get this...

or if you'd rather want it in spanish.

If you want it(the translation) to open in the same window get rid of all the _target=blank in the Template code.

Ok so as you see I went ahead and replaced the JavaScript with the HTML code. The code was placed between [blogger] and [/blogger]
and here it is

<a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Cde&#38;hl=de&ie=UTF-8&amp;ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools">Deutsche</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Ces&hl=es&ie=UTF-8&#38;ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools">Español</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Cfr&#38;hl=fr&ie=UTF-8&amp;ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools">Français</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Cit&#38;hl=it&ie=UTF-8&amp;ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools">Italiano</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Cpt&#38;hl=pt&ie=UTF-8&amp;ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools">Português</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Cja&#38;hl=ja&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools"> ���</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$
>&langpair=en%7Cko&#38;hl=ko&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&prev=%2Flanguage_tools"> �국�</a> | <a href="<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$

All I did was

o Replace the $BlogURL$ with $BlogItemPermalinkURL$

and then replace it all...

o removed _target="blank"

Try it out!



Popular posts from this blog

Redhot Future Of IT Part I :Marketing yourself as IT professional

I had promised about the "RedHot IT Future Series" and so we discuss here how you should market yourself EFFECTIVELY as an IT professional in this new (and dangerous) web age! Web is the place where you're a hero today and villain tomorrow. While there are lots of professionals who are active on the web, not all are enjoying a good reputation as they got "personal" with others and got into a cockfight. The passive IT professional has nothing to lose but nothing to gain at all!

I know "marketing" might seem as a greasy term but the idea is to have the truth about you out there. You know you're a good person and your family knows that you're really smart person but the rest of the world doesn't!

So the question is how do I market myself on the web as a true "nouveau IT professional". A guy who companies will be tempted to pick up the phone as say "Hey, we wanna talk with you. Can you fly over to Palo Alto (or Guatemala or Johan…

Redhot Future Of IT Part 2 :Virtualized Workplaces

Click on the title to hear what I have to say, alternatively click here to listen to what I have to say here.

So what is a virtualized workplace? Does it mean it does not exist? That it's virtual? Well in a certain way YES. This is where the future of our workplace is going to be. Well it is already a reality in some countries.

OK lets start by asking ourselves these questions:
Do you really bond with your colleagues? (think Team cohesiveness)
Do you spend great amount of hours talking about great things that you will do together? (think collaboration)
Do you really feel that you give 100% at work? (think effectiveness)
What do you really miss at your desk? (think personalization)
Is your desk comfortable enough? (Again think optimizing personalization, OK you have done your best to make it your place)Does it really matter to your employer that you are there for him/her? (think commitment)
Or do you get micromanaged over petty issues? (think mismanagement)
Do you see your employees perfor…

Avastu Blog is migrating to; 1st Jan 2009 live


I will send out emails personally to those who are using my link(s) on their sites.

Thanks much for your co-operation and hope you enjoy the new site and its cool new features :-)

Not like the site is unlive or something..on the contrary, its beginning to get a lot of attention already. Well most of the work is done, you don't have to worry about anything though:

What won't change

Links/Referrals: I will be redirecting the links (all links which you may have cross-posted) to - so you don't have to do anything in all your posts and links. Although, I would urge however that you do change the permalinks, especially on your blogs etc yourselfThis blog is not going away anywhere but within a few months, I will consider discontinuing its usage. I won't obviously do …