So you may be a fan of our skincare products like Doc’s All Natural Chamois Cream. We hope that your catching all the exciting sporting news covering cycling, triathlons, and running on our Facebook Fanpage or in our email news blasts. We love all the latest sporting news like you too and have created RSS feeds on our fanpage that automatically translate French and Dutch into English.
BUT have you noticed that when you click on the translated links, you go to a page that’s ENTIRELY in French or Dutch? Well, this blog post will give you some simple steps to set yourself up with nearly automatic translation of the news stories we’re linking you to.
All you need is Google’s Toolbar for Explorer or Firefox. Go here to download the toolbar for Explorer or here for Firefox. If you use Google Chrome, you’re ready to translate without adding anything on. Google Chrome will ask you if you’d like to translate automatically whenever you navigate to a foreign language news site.
The following details setting up Explorer with the Google Translator Toolbar. The process for Firefox is similar but not identical.
Once you have the Google Toolbar in place, click on the “More>>” area (circled in yellow below)
Under “More>>” click on “Translate”. Once, “Translate” is a clickable area in your Google Toolbar, you can click on it to translate any webpage that is pulled up in your browser as seen below:
Click on the lower right “Translate” button, select your language, and away you go to new understanding. Remember that Doc’s feeds from Europe are almost always originally in French or Dutch.