Compliances Settings
The Compliances Settings Tab has a set of useful settings that can help you with certain legal requirements.
The Compliance Settings option has a set of useful settings that can help you with certain legal requirements. WPLegalPages has five compliance settings options:
  1. 1.
    Add Legal Pages links to footer
  2. 2.
    Announcement banner for legal pages.
  3. 3.
    Cookie bar
  4. 4.
    Add age verification popup (Pro)
  5. 5.
    Create popups (Pro)
Compliance Settings
  1. 1.
    ADD LEGAL PAGES LINK TO THE FOOTER
This feature allows you to display links to your legal pages in the footer section of your website.
Select the WPLegalPages option in the left side panel from your WordPress dashboard. Click on Settings.
WordPress Dashboard
In the settings page, click on the Compliances tab.
Settings Page
You will see the compliance settings options here. Now, click on the ‘Configure’ button in the ‘Add Legal Pages Link to the Footer’ section, to access the settings.
Add legal pages links to footer
Here, you can enable this option by clicking on the ‘Enabled’ toggle button.
Click on the drop-down box of legal pages and select the pages that need to be added to the footer.
You can play around with settings like background color, font, text color, text alignment, etc., and add custom CSS code to the provided selectors.
You can also change the links’ order using the drag and drop feature.
Finally, click on the ‘Save’ button to save the changes.
Add Legal Pages link to Footer
2. ANNOUNCEMENT BANNER FOR LEGAL PAGES
This feature allows you to display announcement banners on your website whenever any legal pages have been updated. In the Settings page under the compliance tab, click on the ‘Configure’ button in the ‘Announcement banner for legal pages’ section to access the settings.
Announcement banner for legal pages
Click on the ‘Enabled’ toggle button to enable this feature. You can also change the position, type, and duration of the announcement bar.
Announcement banner
In the 'Message' option, type the message that you want to be displayed on the announcement banner.
If you want to display messages for multiple updated pages, type those messages in the ‘Message for multiple updated pages’ option.
Type the text you want to show to close the banner.
Message options
You can play around with settings like background color, font, text color, link color, etc., and custom CSS code to the provided selectors.
Finally, click on the ‘Save’ button to save the changes.
Save changes
After configuring both the settings, click on the ‘Save Changes’ button to save all changes.
3. COOKIE BAR
This feature makes it easy to add a Cookie Bar to your WordPress website. In the Settings page under the compliance tab, click on the ‘Configure’ button in the ‘Cookie Bar’ section to access the settings.
Configure Cookie Bar
Enable the cookie bar, switch the toggle ON.
Enable Cookie Bar
Next, add a title to the cookie bar. You can add the message you want to appear on the cookie bar in the next section. You can also customize the bar, change the background color, text color, button color, button text color, link color, etc., according to your preference. Or, you can use your theme's CSS just by switching on the ‘Use Theme CSS’ toggle button. Finally, click the 'Save' button to save the changes.
Cookie Bar Settings
4. ADD AGE VERIFICATION POPUP
Using this feature, you can put a pop-up to restrict users below a particular age from entering your website.
In the Settings page under the compliance tab, click on the ‘Configure’ button in the ‘Add Age Verification popup’ section to access the settings.
Configure Age Verification popup
Here, you can switch on the ‘Enabled’ toggle button the enable this feature.
You can choose to verify the age of guests or all visitors.
Next, add a minimum age of verification for the visitors.
You can also choose between the two verification display options of ‘Yes/No Buttons’ or ‘Input Date of Birth.’
Age Verification Settings
Add text for buttons if you’ve selected the ‘Yes/No Buttons’ under ‘Verification Display Option’.
Now, add the verification message for the popup under ‘Verification Pop-up Description.’
Finally, add a message to display on the popup if the visitor doesn’t fulfil the age requirement under the ‘Invalid Age Pop-up Content.’
Don’t forget to click on the ‘Save’ button to save the changes.
5. CREATE POPUPS
Click on the ‘Enable’ button in the ‘Create Popups’ section to add popup messages to your website.
After enabling this option, you can see a ‘Create Popups’ option on the left side panel.
Create Popup enabled
Under this page, you can type the message in the editor that needs to be displayed as a popup.
You can also add the Legal Pages on popups by selecting a template using the dropdown menu under ‘Use Template Shortcode.’
After selecting the template, copy and paste the generated shortcode to the editor.
Now, add a title to the popup and click on the ‘Save’ button to generate the shortcode.
Create Popup
You can find the generated shortcode in the ‘Available Popup’ section at the top of the page. Copy that shortcode and paste it into the necessary posts. In this way, you could add popups to the posts.
Copy Shortcode
After enabling all the settings, click on the ‘Save Changes’ button to save all changes.
Save Changes
Your legal pages compliance settings are now configured.
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