The main parts of my site are multiple-language friendly since every user naturally selects pictures and thumbnails they want to see. The text (which to most guests is very unimportant) is english. The navigation on my site is relatively simple as well to guests who don't understand english since I use arrows for previous and next.
My question is, is there a way that I can declare portions of my page as 100% multi-language friendly (especially the images and image navigation)?
Here's what I was thinking in HTML code but I don't think its correct:
<p>English text</p> <span lang="multi"> <a href="page2.htm"> <img src="arrornextpage.jpg" width=100 height=100> <p>Next page</p> </a> </span> <p>More English text</p>
If I can't declare portions as multi-language friendly in HTML, is there a way to do it in webmaster tools of any search engine?
And the reason I want to do this is so that foreign-language search engines can understand that people don't really need to understand english to use my site to find a picture, and then I want to get ranked high in foreign-language search engines like baidu.com