translate HTML Attribute

The "translate" attribute in HTML is used to indicate whether an element's contents should be translated or not by the user agent. The attribute can be set to either "yes", "no" or "auto". If the attribute is set to "yes", the contents of the element should be translated, if it's set to "no" the contents should not be translated, and if set to "auto" the user agent should automatically determine whether to translate the contents or not.

For example, in the following code snippet, the translate attribute is set to "no" for a span element:


<span translate="no">This text will not be translated</span>

The translate attribute can be used on most HTML elements and it's useful to indicate whether the contents of an element should be translated or not, allowing the user agent to present the content in the appropriate language for the user.

It's worth noting that the translate attribute is widely supported by all modern browsers, and also it is a standard attribute, which means it is part of the official HTML specification.

In summary, the "translate" attribute in HTML is used to indicate whether an element's contents should be translated or not by the user agent. The attribute can be set to either "yes", "no" or "auto". It can be used on most HTML elements and it's useful to indicate whether the contents of an element should be translated or not, allowing the user agent to present the content in the appropriate language for the user. It is widely supported and is a standard attribute, which means it is part of the official HTML specification.