Web Page in Another Language
While the default language for MLevel is American English, various browsers provide translation functionality that allows you to deliver a learning program to an international audience without having to make a copy of the mission for each language. This article explains how to do that in Google Chrome.
If you happen to come across a web page in another language, Google Chrome will auto-detect this and create a prompt asking you if you would like to translate the page to your default language.
Clicking translate will only translate the web page one time, but it will revert to its original language if the page is refreshed.
Changing your Browser Default Language
You also have the option to change the default languages of your browser. In order to do this, click on 'Settings' in Google Chrome as shown below
After opening the settings page, navigate to 'Languages' under 'Advanced'. In this section, you will be able to add a new language and configure your preference of languages. Once this is done, reload the page to have Chrome translate it into the selected language.