How to Add Terms and Conditions in WordPress?

This step-by-step guide will walk you through how you can create and add personalized terms and conditions for your WordPress in minutes.

Though the terms and conditions page is not legally required, it’s highly recommended because it provides legal protection and sets out guidelines for how your users should interact with the site, thereby reducing potential liabilities and safeguarding the website’s interests and intellectual property.

To begin with, sign up on WebsitePolicies or login if you already have an account.

Create Terms and Conditions For Your WordPress Website

Step 1: From your dashboard, click on the “Create new policy” button and choose “Terms and conditions.”

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Step 2: Start filling out the questionnaire and click “Next” to continue to the next set of questions to complete creating your terms and conditions.

create terms and conditions questionnaire with next button in green

Step 3: Once the terms and conditions is generated, click on the “Add to my website” button. You may also customize the policy’s appearance and add custom clauses if you prefer before adding it to your site.

completed terms and conditions with different options such as add to my website button in green, re-run questionnaire button, customize style button, custom clauses button and delete policy

Step 4: Choose from the available options to add terms and conditions to your WordPress website.

four different options on how to add your privacy policy

Embed Terms and Conditions on Your WordPress Site

Step 1: Log in to your WordPress dashboard. On the left-hand menu, go to “Pages” and click “Add New Page.”

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Step 2: Under the “Add a page” menu, choose “Blank page” and enter “Terms and Conditions” as a page title.

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Step 3: A “+” icon appears as you hover on the page. Click it to open all the block options, then find and select “Custom HTML.”

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Step 4: Retrieve your terms and conditions and copy the code under “1. Embed policy on a page” by clicking “Copy to clipboard.”

embed policy on a page (recommended) option with codes and a copy to clipboard button in green

Step 5: Return to your WordPress account. While on the “Terms and Conditions” page, paste the code into the HTML block, and click “Save draft.”

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Link to Terms and Conditions From Your WordPress Website

Step 1: On the side panel of your WordPress dashboard, go to “Appearance” and click “Menus.”

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Step 2: On the “Add menu items,” click “Custom Links.”

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Step 3: Retrieve your terms and conditions and copy the code under “3. Link to policy” by clicking “Copy to clipboard.”

link to policy option with codes and a copy to clipboard button in green

Step 4: Return to your WordPress site. Paste the code under the “URL” textbox and type “Terms and Conditions” in the “Link Text” field. Once done, click the “Add to Menu” button.

highlighted custom links tab with a URL textbox and textbox named terms and conditions underneath is add to menu button

Copy & Paste Terms and Conditions to Your WordPress Site

Step 1: In your WordPress dashboard, go to the side panel and click “Pages,” then select “Add New Page.”

wordpress dashboard with highlighted pages section and an add a new page selected

Step 2: Choose “Blank page” under the “Add a page” menu, and enter “Terms and Conditions” for the title.

add a page pop-up menu with a highlighted blank page

Step 3: Retrieve your terms and conditions and copy the code under “4. Copy & paste policy” by clicking “Copy to clipboard.” You can choose from either “HTML format” or “Plain text format.”

copy & paste policy option with codes and a copy to clipboard button in green

Step 4: Return to your WordPress site. While on the “Terms and Conditions” page, paste the code into a “Paragraph” block. Click “Save draft” once done.

worpress editor with a highlighted textbox filled with terms and conditions and save draft button highlighted on upper right