When you are passionate about something, you search for it as possible. Sometimes, you may come across a very interesting piece that might be written in another language. Well, that forbids you from reading it. Thanks to technology, you can always translate these web-pages and read them!
By default, Mozilla Firefox has no function for translation. Add-ons can do all translations of web pages. In this article, I will take you through the simple steps to enable you to translate your web pages and read the information available there.
Since I am a Literature student, I read a lot of articles online. I like to read from writers around the world. Unfortunately, some of the articles are not written in a language I understand. At times like these, I translate the webpage to English to make it readable for me.
Unlike Firefox, the other browsers like Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge do offer the feature to translate within them. But using the Firefox Add-on will somehow manage to help you translate the webpage. I will show you how to translate a page in Firefox in this article. Read on!
How to Translate in Firefox using Add-on?
Mozilla Firefox has several translator add-ons on its Add-on site. Just search for a translator and select any of your choices – be sure to look at the reviews and ratings to guide your decisions.
In this example, we shall use the Google Translate Add-on because it is simple and straight to the point.
Here are the steps on how to translate a page in Firefox computer:
- Launch the Mozilla Firefox browser on the computer.
- Visit the Firefox add-ons page and search for Google Translate.
- Click on and follow the steps to install the add on to your browser.
- On the address bar, enter the link to the webpage you would like to translate.
- Go to the Translate icon.
At the top right-hand corner shown by the letter T and right-click on it.
- Select the option of a Translate page with Google translate.
This will open another tab with a translation for that webpage.
You can change the language you would prefer for the translation. For example, if it brought results of the translation from Dutch to English and you wanted the results in Dutch to French, you can easily make changes here. The Firefox translate page add-on works efficiently to cater to your needs.
Bottom Line: Firefox Translate Webpage
Why Google Translate? It supports up to 109 languages, and you will easily find the translation for whatever you are looking for from the service. It is against the background of its extensive library of languages. I prefer it over other add-ons. Some add-ons link you back to Google translate when you attempt to translate a webpage.
Given the diversity in the world, not all these articles are in English. I use the google translate add-on to translate webpages that may contain information I am interested in. I use the Firefox translate page feature extensively to read World Literature.
So far, this has worked for me perfectly. I have been able to keep up with what’s happening around the world in Spain, France, England, China, Germany among other places.
Install the Google translation add-on on your Firefox browser and read the webpages in your favorite language. The Firefox translate page is easy to use!
What topics are you passionate about? Do you sometimes stumble upon articles of your interest that are written in other languages?
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