How to disable translation pop-up on website in Google Chrome

Google Chrome on Android tries to show pages in user’s preferred language by continuously showing translation pop-up on each page load. This happens when website content is in a different language than user’s preferred language.

But this creates issues in user experience by hiding bottom content on website. My site had fixed bottom navigation bar which was getting hidden by the translation pop-up and was badly ruining user experience by making it unusable at times.

So, to disable these translation features, there are some meta tags that you can add to the head section of all your webpages.

<!-- Disable translation in Google search -->
<meta name="googlebot" content="notranslate" />
<!-- Disable translation widget on Chrome -->
<meta name="google" content="notranslate" />

The first meta tag disables translation in Google Search results, and the second one disables translation pop-up in Chrome.

Problem solved.


By Abhineet Mittal

Abhineet is IIM Alumnus and Founder of popular Digital Publishing Platform, Sahityapedia. He is a technology enthusiast by hobby & an avid reader.