Configuring the Settings
This feature is a one-time set up. The details that you enter here will be used to generate customized legal pages. Check out the video at the end of the page to learn more.
This feature is a one-time set-up. The details that you enter here will be used to generate customized legal pages.
The settings page has General, Advanced, Compliance and Shortcodes tabs in the free version, and an additional Data tab along with the other tabs in the Pro version.
General
This business data is captured in the General tab of the Settings page. You need to enter the following information on this page:
  • Domain Name of your website
  • Business Name
  • Phone number
  • Street number
  • City
  • State
  • ZIP code
  • Country
  • Email Address
  • Full mailing address
  • Niche of your website
  • Social Media URLs (pro settings)
General (Free)
General (Pro)
Compliances
The Compliance Settings Tab has a set of useful settings that can help you with certain legal requirements. WPLegalPages has five compliance settings options:
  • Add Legal Pages links to footer
  • Announcement banner for legal pages
  • Cookie bar
  • Add age verification popup (Pro)
  • Create popups (Pro)
Read about how to configure these settings on the Compliances Settings page
Compliances(Free)
Compliances(Pro)
Data (Pro)
This is available under the pro settings. The following information is required:
  • Date
  • Duration
  • Days
  • Return Period
  • Refund Processing Period
  • Disclosing Party Name
  • Recipient Party Name
Data (Pro)
Advanced
Some of the advanced settings displayed here are:
Give Credit - This will display credit at the bottom of the legal pages.
Allow Usage Tracking - Allow non-sensitive usage tracking to help us provide improved features and faster fixes. No personal data is tracked or stored.
Show legal pages in search (Pro) - This will enable website users to search your legal pages using your website search. If you don't want to make your legal pages searchable, disable it.
Affiliate Disclosure (Pro) - If you have an affiliate site, you can add an affiliate disclosure right from your WordPress post editor. The document further explains how to add affiliate disclosure on a website.
Adult Content Site (Pro) - If you have an adult content site, enabling this will enable a popup on your site, asking you to confirm your age.
Forms Integration (Pro) - Enable this field to display - what data is captured as part of privacy policy. This makes it easier to have the user aware of the details before submission of the form. This option works with WPForms, Gravity Forms & Contact 7 Forms plugins. For more integrations of your forms, contact support.
Privacy Policy Page - Select the page which describes what personal data is captured (Usually your Privacy Policy Page). Check FAQ section for detailed information to integrate with different plugins.
Once you've provided all the details, click on Save Changes.
Advanced (free)
Advanced (Pro)
Shortcodes
The shortcodes tab contains a list of shortcodes that can be used in place of the mentioned fields in the privacy policy
Shortcodes (free)
Shortcodes (Pro)
How to use Shortcodes
You can add the shortcodes while creating or editing your custom policy templates. Navigate to the Create/Edit Templates tab and here you can choose the template that you want to edit/clone. In the text editor section paste the appropriate shortcode and click on save.
Select template to edit or clone
Paste shortcode in text-editor
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