This function allows set a custom terms and conditions checkbox in the WooCommerce checkout form. That is, with this function, you can add a custom terms and conditions checkbox with a custom text for the link and a custom page to redirect after click on the link. Its allow you to set if you want display or hide it for logged in users.
Since v.1.9.3 this function can verify the user acceptation from the order details page.
If you want to set a custom terms and conditions in the WooCommerce checkout form, you just have to follow these steps:
1º Activate the function making the slider show in green
2º Set the custom text for terms and conditions
3º Choose the custom terms and conditions page
4º Write the custom text for the terms and conditions link
5º Choose if you want hide it for logged in users
6º Slide to the end, where you will find the button to save the settings
7º Go to WooCommerce settings to disable the WooCommerce terms and conditions default page option
If you want to adapt your shop to the GDPR law, you can do it with the following functions included in this section.
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