Age Verification Introduction
This is an introduction to our Age Verification Modals Extension. There are many links herein that will allow you to dive further into all of the features and settings of this expansive extension.
If you're not interested in learning the ins-and-outs of the extension, then you may be interested in our Age Verification Modals: Quick Start Guide.
Creating Age Verification Forms
Create your Age Verification Forms from the Popup Editor using the Popup Maker Shortcode Button and clicking Age Verification Form. You can see this process in action in the following video - if you want to read more technical stuff about the Age Verification Shortcode and arguments, read this doc, or check the related articles at the bottom of the page:
Keep in mind that the Age Verification Shortcodes will create the Age Verification Forms and buttons for you automatically, but beyond that, it is up to you to create your own message to the user explaining your age requirements that best suits your needs.
Creating or editing a Age Verification Form will show the Settings Window, which includes the General Settings, Appearance Settings, and Label Settings.
Form General Features and Settings
The General Settings of the Age Verification Form includes Form Type (Birthdate or Enter/Exit), Exit URL, Required Age, and more. Learn more.
Form Appearance Features and Settings
Form Appearance Settings determine what your Age Verification Form looks like on the front of your site. Learn more.
Form Label Features and Settings
Each part of the Age Verification Form has a Label. These settings allow you to control the Labels. Learn more.
Creating Age Verification Triggers
The Age Verification Trigger acts like a beefier version of the Auto Open Trigger without a Close Button - this is the bread and butter of Age Verification Modals. To make it perfect, we've also included the Failed Age Redirect Trigger. Learn more about both of these Triggers.
Creating Age Verification Cookies
These specifically designed Cookie Creation Events (Age Verified, Age Verification Failed, and Age Verification Lockout) are made to work in tandem with the Age Verification Triggers above. They give your site the absolute, rock solid security you are required to have. Never leave home without them. Learn more all three Age Verification Cookie Creation Events.
Age Verification Modals: Introduction
- a set of enter / exit buttons; or
- a birth date input form.
Plugin Shortcode, Triggers, and Cookies
- Age Verified;
- Age Verification Failed; and
- Age Verification Lockout.
Recommended Plugin Setup Order
Refer to the related articles below for guidance on the setup of the plugin shortcode, triggers, and cookies.
// Age Verification -- Shortcode: Age Verification Form ( https://docs.wppopupmaker.com/article/161-age-verification-shortcode-age-verification-form )
// Age Verification -- Triggers and Cookies Setup