A contract between your store and its shoppers is called terms and conditions agreement. It’s not a legal requirement, but your business must protect from specific scenarios.
All in all, it’s a set of roles and conditions that a user must agree before he/she uses your products or services. Every online payment gateway provider asked for those pages before they approved your application. It’s straightforward to use in woo-commerce if you know where to look.
Let’s drive in and see how to add woocommerce terms and conditions checkbox.
Create terms and condition page:
Make sure you read the doc and adjust the thing to match with your business. I would recommend making those pages no index. It will be good for your SEO.
Add woocommerce terms and conditions checkbox.
- Let’s go to Appearance > Customize from your WordPress dashboard.
- Then click Woocommerce then select checkout.
- Here in terms and conditions page, select the page you created.
- It’s done. Now you can change the text message if you would like to.
- Lastly, click publish on the top left and kaboom!