Click to Translate is a bilingual dictionary lookup tool for every WordPress site. Definitions from Wiktionary and Wikipedia.
This plugin creates a button on your website which enables the reader to turn on a bilingual dictionary. Whenever the reader clicks on a word they will see instant translations to their language displayed neatly in a pop-up box on top of your content.
There are many learners of English who just need help with the occasional word and don’t want to translate the whole text to their language – which often results in numerous errors. This is why mouseover dictionary translation extensions have been so popular on the Chrome Browser. However, these great apps are often limited to support only Chrome and only its desktop version. Extensions are not available on mobile devices, yet most content is now consumed on mobile devices. This plugin will increase your engagement with non-native speakers on all browsers on all devices.
After installation you will have 1,000 calls per month to our API for free. The premium version increases this to 25,000 calls per month.
For those with an English language site, we support translations to these languages:
* Chinese (Simplified and Traditional),
* and Russian.
For those with a Chinese (Simplified and Traditional) language site, we support translations to English at this stage.
We also have a monolingual English dictionary and are adding many more languages to the service as we go.
(14 February 2019) Fixed selection when numbers is inside a line.
(14 February 2019) Remove to clean up the option’s data when the plugin is uninstalling.
(12 February 2019) Change to load assets from plugin folder.
(12 February 2019) Updated look up to support multiple English words selection.
(1 November 2018) First submit.
(5 November 2018) Solved issues from WordPress Plugin Review team.
(6 December 2018) Updated the readme file.
(14 January 2019) Updated the readme file.
The button that appears on a blog page.
The place to fill in your access key created on the access tokens page.
The pop-up button with the translation.