19 February 2020
While you aren't required by law (even the GDPR) or any third parties to have a Terms and Conditions agreement (T&C), you should still consider including one with your WordPress site.
Terms and Conditions agreements can provide a number of really great benefits, such as giving you the right to restrict certain activities on your site and ban abusive accounts. You can also limit your legal liability.
The more complex your website is, the more beneficial a T&C will be. For example, if you allow users to sign up for accounts, allow user-generated content or sell things on your website, you're definitely going to want a T&C to help manage the use of all of those features and functions.
Now that you're convinced, it's time to add your T&C to your WordPress website. If you don't have a T&C yet, don't worry. We'll help you with that, too.
Don't have a T&C yet? Check out our T&C Generator and we'll help you solve that problem in no time.
Then, you'll be ready to follow these steps to add your T&C to your Wordpress.
You can manually add your T&C link to your site's footer or sidebar by adding the link to the footer.php.file or the sidebar.php.file.
If your WordPress theme has widget functionality, add your T&C link to your site footer or sidebar with the following steps:
The benefits that come with having one of these agreements are well-worth the time and effort required to create a T&C and add it to your WordPress website.
Our Terms and Conditions Generator makes it easy to create a Terms and Conditions agreement for your business. Just follow these steps:
Enter your email address where you'd like your agreement sent and click "Generate."
You'll be able to instantly access and download your new agreement.
This article is not a substitute for professional legal advice. This article does not create an attorney-client relationship, nor is it a solicitation to offer legal advice.