You can declare
translator metadata to document who translated the content of the webpage from a source language into the published language. This is meant for translations between human languages such as English and Esperanto, not for translations between markup languages such as Aneamal or HTML.
@ translator: Wilhelm von Humboldt
translator metadata has no known relevance besides crediting the translator in the code of a webpage. Search engines are unlikely to use it. It is therefore probably redundant to declare it, if you are both the original author and translator of a file. An
author metadata declaration is preferred then. Declaring both is valid though.
translator metadata is declared, the Aneamal Translator adds a meta element with the name
translator to the HTML output. Hence the above example becomes:
<meta name='translator' content='Wilhelm von Humboldt'>