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    How best to present multiple language options

    I need to present a webpage that has several language options. Is a clickable map of areas a good way to go? As far as layout and setup, any advice?

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    I prefer the little flags, though of course country does not necessarily define language. The other option is a pull-down.

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    i think you can use Google translator and its map that's a better option for what you are trying to achieve

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    How many languages do you realistically expect to have? If only a few, then buttons with the country flag will do.

    For instance: http://www.lrp.cc/

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    Using country flag.
    App Developer, Front End Designer and Learner at>> Facebook App Development Company - Cygnis Media

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    I think Google translator is the best option.


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