It refers to the ways you collect their personal information, including email, name and surname, address and more and how you use it.
As for the WordPress terms and conditions page, it is another important point of your site to think about, no matter whether your business is a small or big one.
While terms and conditions page is not legally required to be showcased in your website, it is a set of valuable information in the form of rules, regulations, restrictions, copyright and other issues to inform your audience about.
Even if you are sure that your web visitors will not pay much attention to that part and will not read your terms and conditions, having this part added to your site will prevent abuses, theft of content and will grant you with more control over your users.
If your footer is widget friendly, just drag and drop a custom menu widget to add it. For this you need to create and use a new custom menu. Go to Appearance, Menus, and create New Custom Menu. Now try to visit Appearance, Widgets and you will see the new Custom Menu widget. Just add this widget to your footer widget area.
Once the plugin is activated, visit Settings, Auto TOS & PP to make the required configuration options. After you enter all the required fields with your website and company information, it will allow you to turn on the shortcode.
Use [my_privacy_policy], [my_terms_of_service] or [my_terms_of_service_and_privacy_policy] shortcode respectively. Once the requested page is ready to go live on your website, you can uninstall the plugin. This will not prevent you from making future changes to your information.
In case you want to easily generate WordPress terms and conditions page in your site, another wise method is Agreeable. It’s a plugin which is easy to use and configure in a matter of minutes. Install and activate plugin and once you are done with those initial processes, head over Settings, Agreeable to configure it. You can enable “error message” to be displayed to your web visitors if they fail to read and agree with terms of service.
Before choosing terms of service page from dropdown menu, you need to create that page visiting Pages, Add New. Whenever you have that page created and ready for usage, just return to Settings, Agreeable and choose that page from menu.
Now you need to enter the text that goes after the checkbox for your visitors to see. You can also choose to remember agreement for 30 days, so that you won’t irritate your web users while making them check it all the time.
Now, you need to pass on to Lightbox Options and decide whether you want your WordPress terms and conditions to pop up in a responsive lightbox or open in a new tab whenever the web user clicks on the link.
In the end, the plugin requires you to choose the location for terms and conditions checkbox to be displayed. Login form, registration form and comment form are the available options.
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