Protect yourself and your customers with Terms and Conditions. A modal window to inform them without making them leave the page
Terms and conditions are a fundamental part of each website because they have great advantages both for users and administrators in terms of liability and security. Putting it in a pop-up window reduces the probability for users to leave the page.
Putting Terms and Conditions into your website is one of the best moves a site owner might make, because they can protect a website, especially an e-commerce, from possible legal disputes.
Yet, adding Terms and Conditions into checkout page is highly risky because it might induce customers to leave the page and interrupt the transaction. YITH WooCommerce Terms and Conditions Popup gives the possibility to display this type of legal information in a modal window and so make its consultation quicker and simpler, besides offering a better service to your customers without compromising the transaction itself.
Minimum PHP version:7.2
Requires:WordPress 5.9and WooCommerce 7.1
Compatible up to:WordPress 6.1.xand WooCommerce 7.3.x
Supported multilanguage plugins:WPML, Loco Translate
Languages 100% guaranteed by YITH:Italian, Spanish
Languages provided by users:Dutch (99%)
YITH Proteo theme. All YITH plugins.
Supported third party themes:
Avada, Divi, Flatsome, Neighborhood, Storefront, X
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Here you can find some frequently asked questions about this plugin. If you can't find a reply to your doubts, ask a question: we will reply in a very short time
Can I force customers to read the Terms and Conditions?
Yes, since we can block the checkout via JS until the customer scrolls the Terms and Conditions document till the end, and accepts the conditions.
Can the Terms & Conditions be enabled for new user registration?
No, it will only be shown on the checkout page in a popup.
Is it possible to have different terms and conditions for different categories or products?
No, it is not possible. The main reason is that it would be confusing for customers who buy products from different categories in the same order. Usually shops include all possible cases in just one Terms and Conditions document.
Can you show in the order that a customer accepted the terms and conditions?
Yes, the plugin registers the last update of the terms and conditions document when the customer accepts them. This way you can know which "version" of the terms and conditions the customer accepted.
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