What if I said it was super easy to add Terms and Conditions on Wix? Better yet, what if I showed you how to do it yourself?
In this guide, I’ll walk you through it all, from the whys to the whats and the hows!
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Terms and Conditions set the rules for users while visiting your website. That being said there’s actually no legal requirement for defining Terms and Conditions. While Terms and Conditions may not be required by law, having Terms and Conditions can limit your liability so it’s a smart thing to include.
If you’re running an e-commerce site, please note that having terms and conditions may be mandatory as they typically contain legally required information like warranty and withdrawal information
As terms and conditions don’t grant copyrights, but instead help to establish rules around copyright and any licenses you have related to it. Read up more on how to copyright your website here.
Each website’s Terms and Conditions will be unique. That being said, if you want to prevent abuse it’s a good idea to include these clauses in your Terms and Conditions for Wix:
You can see more here:
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Now that you’ve generated your Terms and Conditions with iubenda, you need to integrate it into Wix. There are three ways to do this:
To get started first head over to your iubenda dashboard, click on [Your website] > Terms and Conditions > Embed
The widget is typically placed in the footer of your Wix site and displays either a text link or button. When clicked, it opens a lightbox-style modal window to display your terms and conditions document.
In the embed section, click on Add a widget to the footer scroll down to Terms and Conditions and click on COPY
Next, open your Wix project and follow the sequence below:
Click on the ‘+’ button > Embed > Custom Embeds > Embed a Widget > ‘+’ button
This will open up a box on your project, here you can Move To Footer (see image below)
Next, add your code: Click on Enter Code, select Code then paste your iubenda Terms and Conditions code and click on Update
You’ve just added your iubenda Terms and Conditions widget to Wix! Below is an example of the results!
To add a direct link, click on Use a direct link and click on COPY under the section titled “Terms and Conditions”
Then, head over to your Wix project and follow the sequence below:
Click on the‘+’ button > Embed > Custom Embeds > Embed a site > ‘+’ button
You should see a box appear on your project (as pictured below), click on Enter Website Address
Select Website Address and paste your iubenda link here, then click on Apply.
And you’re done! Here’s the result! From here you can edit the page layout how you like.
The direct text embedding option makes your Terms and Conditions Document look as if it is a part of your own site. For direct text embedding, you need to create an empty page on Wix and paste our code there.
> Embed the text in the body >Terms and Condition > Copy
Copying the code directly will still apply iubenda styling (fonts etc.) to your document. If you’d like the document to take the styling directly from your website, select the white label option here.
This will strip all iubenda styling from your document.
Next, open your Wix project and add a new page as shown below:
Then, add a blank page by selecting the ‘+ blank page’ button on the left of your screen.
After that, rename your page Terms and Conditions and select Done.
Then, you need to add to this new page as follows:
‘+’ button > Embed > Custom Embeds > Embed a Widget > ‘+’ button
Lastly, click on Edit Code select Code, and paste your iubenda code here, then click on Update
And you’re done! See is an example of our results below:
Hurray! You’ve just successfully added your Terms and Conditions to your website!
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