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Use Weglot to translate Google Forms in a Squarespace website.

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Dear all,

maybe someone does have a good idea...

Squarespace 7.1 https://en.spezialradmesse.de/anmelden

  • I really like the way to use Weglot for a multilingual squarespace site.
  • I can not use the integrated form builder for huge and difficult forms. 
  • So I really would like to use google forms

I would like to translate a google forms (integrated as an iframe to squarespace) with weglot. To do this, i ha found only one (bad) solution:

  • i copy the form, make a manually translation.
  • include both iframe (german and english one)
  • thene i hide the unused one with css like this: 
    html:not([lang="en"]) .link-en, html:not([lang="es"]) .link-es {   display: none!important; }

In this case i have to translate the form manually and cannot use the great weglot service. It case of any change, i have to to the work twice.  

Is there a way to make it work like written here with mightyforms? https://help.mightyforms.com/article/83-weglot-integration-auto-translate-forms In this way, i could have the google form like a squarespace form on the webpage and translate it (automatically or manually) at weglot.

Weglot shows here the way to translete iFrame with their service: https://developers.weglot.com/javascript/translate-iframe
But this is only possible with own iframe, where i'm able to write in to the <head> of the script.

Any ideas?

Thank you so much!

Cheers, Gabriel

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