Legal pages are legal documents which are required to be there on the site by law. FTC, Google, Federal Laws and other big companies requires proper legal pages to use certain services.
After selecting the template you can see all required data and links in template. You will also find shortcode [wpl_cookie_details] added at the bottom. This shortcode will render a table of cookies with details of third party companies, cookie purpose and links to cookie & privacy policies of these companies. To automatically collect cookies and cookie data you need to scan for available cookies using WP GDPR COOKIE CONSENT plugin.
To activate and use WPLegalPages Pro you need to install and activate free WPLegalPages plugin from wordpress.org.
Once you have purchased WPLegalPages Pro plugin from wpeka website, you will see Master API Key and product ID of your purchase. You will need those API key and product ID to use PRO plugin.
Go to My Account -> API Keys section to get your Master API key and Product Id.
WPLegalPages Pro requires free WPLegalPages plugin installed and activated from wordpress.org
Once WPLegalPages Pro plugin is activated please navigate to Settings > WPLegalPages Pro Activation and provide API Key & Product ID and click on save changes. After that you will see your API key status is activated and you can use the WPLegalPages Pro plugin
Terms and Conditions policy contains the guidelines on how to use the website content, products or services if any. This policy protects you from any misuse of your website data and it is highly important.
If you have an eCommerce site where you sell products or any services, a refund policy is required. This policy explains the conditions of getting a refund to customers. It also helps you protect an unnecessary refund which is out of your refund policy.
An Affiliate Agreement policy is required if you have an affiliate program at place. It is an agreement which has terms and conditions for an affiliate before he/she join your affiliate program.
If you are an affiliate, you have to have affiliate disclosure policy on your site. It discloses the use of affiliate links on your site and that you will earn a commission if any sales happen. FTC requires you to have an affiliate disclosure if you have affiliate links on your site.
California Privacy Rights is a policy that is specifically drafted for the residents of California state. It empowers Californians to protect their privacy and encourages business to follow best practices to protect user information. So, if you deal with residents of California or have a business in California, then State of California Department of Justice requires you to have this policy on your site.
COPPA policy is required for those websites which have to deal with children under the 13 years of age. It details out how the website operators are going to use the information collected from children below 13 years.
Earnings Disclaimer Policy is mostly required to protect your claims and opinions which you have made about your product or service. People might say that you have provided examples and success stories of users but some might not get the same results. In those cases, earning disclaimer is required.
A linking or external linking policy may be used to declare a website's policy of internal linking as well as external linking.
Although this sort of policy is unusual, it can still be useful on certain types of site.
Spam is always been an irritant to users and a problem to many organizations. You can deal with spam
Spam is an irritant to regular users and a significant problem for many organisations. Technical measures are the principal way of dealing with spam but they can be usefully supplemented by legal measures.
This template may be used to create a policy on spam suitable for publication on a website or online service.