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Your website's terms and conditions outline the rules that a user must follow to utilize your site. They are designed to protect you, your company and your customers.
Ecwid makes it simple to establish website terms and conditions that are easy to understand and won't overwhelm your site's users.
A court will look at your website's terms of service to define the contractual terms between your site and its users. As such, when you establish a terms and conditions page, you'll want to put together content that will hold up in court.
Many websites will place a link to their terms and conditions page at the bottom of their homepage. That way, users can locate the terms and conditions page easily and view it at any time, and the link blends seamlessly into the site's overall design.
You can add several types of legal pages to your Ecwid Store, including:
- Legal Info
- Revocation Policy
- Shipping Cost/Payment Info
To add legal pages:
- Go to your Ecwid Control Panel → Settings → General.
- Open the Legal Pages tab.
- Enable the pages you want to have in your store.
- Click Edit to unfold the page's settings and content form.
- Specify the title for your page.
- Enter the content.
- Save the changes.
A website terms and conditions page may include information related to the following areas:
- Copyright for the material offered on the website and store pages and trademark
- Ownership of the site
- Requirements to use the store, e.g. whether registration is required