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I can't seem to delete a site that I added on my Google account. When I login at here it displays that I am the owner/editor of the site but wherever I look, I can't seem to find a delete site function.

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I'd never used Google Website Translator before. I added a site to it to test it and could not find a way to remove it either. –  Stephen Ostermiller May 21 '13 at 17:06
    
thanks for the time.. i really wish i could get a way to do this though.. i already transferred the site to my client but my own site is still tied to it. I just want to get over with it. –  reikyoushin May 21 '13 at 17:13
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On the Google Webmaster screen that first pops up when you log-in to Google Webmaster Tools which asks you to select a site. On the same line with the website name, all the way to the right there is a button that says 'Manage Site' click this button and you will be prompted with a drop-down menu which has the option to 'Delete Site'.

The button and drop-down menu are highlighted in blue for you

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sorry but this is not google webmaster tools, it's on google translate. you can check the difference in urls from my screen shot. thanks for the effort though. i really appreciate it! –  reikyoushin Jun 14 '13 at 20:53
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I have been to this issue once! Yes, indeed it's really hard to find a way to get rid of this site reference under Google Translation. But, man made everything can be controlled ;-)

Simply Click on here, go to "Tools" > "Translation Memories" >> Remove your site reference...

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hi, seems my account has a bug since I was able to use the website translator service yet i cannot get to the toolkit. Google says "We are sorry, but you do not have access to this service. Please contact your domain administrator for access." –  reikyoushin Jan 23 at 16:05
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