There is not a Rocket since to translate a page to other language just copy that text and past in Google translator and select your language that's it,
OMG! You Sir obviously don't know the first thing about translation. This bullcrap advice actually upset me so much, I had to register on this Forum to reply. The only thing you'll get from Google Translator will be an incoherent and unuseable waste of space. I'll give you a few examples: GT can't identify user interface elements and therefore won't be able to translate them correctly. It won't be able to tell verbs from nouns in many contexts. It doesn't know what parts of the website belong together, where one part ends and another one begins. It will mess up your grammar and so on and so on...
@LeeHnetinka: There are many translation agencies who are specialized on website localization. Get a free quote from a few of them and have your translation done by a professional! In case you run a non-profit website, you might find a translator willing to work free of charge or at a reduced fee
If you're proficient in the target language yourself, you'll need a CAT tool that will extract the texts from your source code. There are free versions available, you could check out memoQ.