Google Chrome has an option to automatically translate web pages. The translation function is a good solution for many users and websites, but there are also cases in which, as a website developer, you do not want automatic translation by the browser. An example of switching off the translation function in Google Chrome is when it returns unacceptable results.
The good news is: There is a meta tag that you as a website operator can install to switch off automatic translation (“Translate this Page”). By installing the attribute in the <head> </head>, this translation is switched off. The code for this is:
Since this implementation is not specific for Chrome, it will work for all HTML 5 compatible browsers.
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