I have created a website and Google Chrome Browser thinks the website language is Catalan

Steve
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Steve posted this 04 December 2018

https://www.aqua7.com.au/

I have created a website and Google Chrome Browser thinks the website language is Catalan instead of English.

How can I stop this?

https://www.aqua7.com.au/ I have created a website and Google Chrome Browser thinks the website language is Catalan instead of English. How can I stop this?
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 04 December 2018

Hi Steve,

Looks like some of your page content is detected to be in Catalan by Google. As a suggestion, try to remove some elements one by one to see what is causing the problem. Try to remove slider, then map and see if the translation message appears again. Google may falsely detect the content to be in another language or content may be inserted incorrectly.

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Hella
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Hi Steve, Looks like some of your page content is detected to be in Catalan by Google. As a suggestion, try to remove some elements one by one to see what is causing the problem. Try to remove slider, then map and see if the translation message appears again. Google may falsely detect the content to be in another language or content may be inserted incorrectly. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
magann
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magann posted this 04 December 2018

My guess that it could be doing this is because of the word aqua (I think that's the only non-english word in there). Your title is Aqua 7 your style sheet is also called aqua.

When I click translate on your menu item "home" changes to "man" on your site On google translate the word home translate to man

This link https://github.com/gratipay/gratipay.com/issues/953 may give you some samples to put in the meta section to hopefully prevent this from happening

My guess that it could be doing this is because of the word aqua (I think that's the only non-english word in there). Your title is Aqua 7 your style sheet is also called aqua. When I click translate on your menu item "home" changes to "man" on your site On google translate the word home translate to man This link https://github.com/gratipay/gratipay.com/issues/953 may give you some samples to put in the meta section to hopefully prevent this from happening

Last edited 04 December 2018 by magann

Steve
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Steve posted this 05 December 2018

This link https://github.com/gratipay/gratipay.com/issues/953 may give you some samples to put in the meta section to hopefully prevent this from happening

Thanks for that. Yes this fixed the problem. Although, this Language attribute in the html tag should be handled by Nicepage.

I changed

<html style="font-size: 16px;">

to

<html lang="en-US" style="font-size: 16px;">

> This link https://github.com/gratipay/gratipay.com/issues/953 may give you some samples to put in the meta section to hopefully prevent this from happening Thanks for that. Yes this fixed the problem. Although, this Language attribute in the html tag should be handled by Nicepage. I changed &lt;html style="font-size: 16px;"&gt; to &lt;html lang="en-US" style="font-size: 16px;"&gt;

Last edited 05 December 2018 by Steve

Support Team
Support Team posted this 05 December 2018

Hi Steve,

Nice to hear that the issue is solved. The language attribute in the html tag does not fix the issue in all cases as Google searches for the content in a different language through the page ignoring the language attribute. And also I'll add your suggestion in our wishlist for future considerations.

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Hella
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Hi Steve, Nice to hear that the issue is solved. The language attribute in the html tag does not fix the issue in all cases as Google searches for the content in a different language through the page ignoring the language attribute. And also I'll add your suggestion in our wishlist for future considerations. ................................................... Sincerely, Hella Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
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