Terms & Conditions Popups Usage Examples

Force Users to Agree to Terms Before Viewing a Page

  1. Set up a new popup using the [terms_conditions] shortcode.
  2. Enable terms and conditions popups.
  3. Check "Force Agreement To View Page".
  4. Use the Targeting Conditions to select what pages and posts you want your T&C Popup to appear on.
  5. Publish/update your popup.

Now, when visiting any of the targeted pages the user will immediately be prompted with your Terms & Conditions. They will not be able to close the popup and view the page until they agree. If you set up a cookie, the user will be able to view any pages protected by this popup * until the cookie time expires.

Force Users to Agree Before Clicking Links or Buttons

This is particularly useful for eCommerce sites where you wan't users to agree to your terms before being allowed to click Add To Cart or Buy Now buttons.

  1. Set up a new popup using the [terms_conditions] shortcode
  2. Enable Terms & Conditions Popups.
  3. Don't check "Force Agreement To View Page".
  4. Using Targeting Conditions, enable it on only specific pages where the link or button may be clicked, or simply leave it on default if you want the popup to display throughout the entire site.
  5. Lastly. we need to configure the links or buttons to trigger the popup using one of the methods below. Read more about using Click Triggers.
    • Add the popmake-# or popmake-{name} class to the link or button.
    • If the links or buttons all use a specific class such as 'add-to-cart' then we can use Custom CSS Selectors under Click Trigger Settings and enter the CSS selector that targets those elements. In this case, it would be '.add-to-cart'. Learn more about getting CSS Selectors.
  6. Publish/update your popup.

Now, when those links or buttons are clicked, the user will be prompted with a Terms & Conditions popup. Once they check the box to agree, they will continue with their initial action. This means if they clicked a link, and after agreeing to your terms, they will be sent to the new page, or if they clicked an add to cart button, the product will be added to the cart.

If you set up a cookie, the user will be able to click any further buttons or links protected by this popup * until the cookie time expires.

Notes
* You can create multiple Terms & Conditions popups to protect various areas of your site. Each must be agreed to separately. Agreeing to one will not prevent the others from opening.

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