Adding Legal Pages To Your Website
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Using our CMS it is easy to create and manage pages. You should have information about “Shipping” or “About us”, it helps in creating a closer relationship between consumers and online shop. Pages for Privacy and Cookies privacies, mandatory in some countries, can also be build using this feature.
Let us guide you through this process.
On your Admin Panel go to Pages > Add Page.
On Page editor, you will find the following sections:
Category: Use categories to group, organize and filter your pages.
Theme: Let’s say you are creating a special promotions page. To use a specific image to show as the background of the text for that particular page, or on a sidebar, you can go to the “Theme - Code editor” and create a new template for a Page (this means creating new HTML, CSS etc from scratch). After you save it in the code editor, it will become available in the select box.
Note: You can also create a page without a layout, choosing “None” at the template selector. The content type of your page will depend on the page permalink. For example, the content type of
.../page1.js will be
It is also important to mention that page categories are used by designers on custom templates to better organize it. For example, including on “Company” menu with several links to related pages such as “About us”, “Team” and “Mission”. If you want to delete a page, then you have to click on . You can also reorder the pages list just by dragging & dropping items, which is displayed as per the order by which they are arranged on the storefront.
If you have any further question, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
How can I create a Terms and Conditions page
Create a Page with all of your conditions and terms of service in your Admin Panel > Pages
Add this page to your Navigation Menu
Create a mandatory Checkbox custom field in your Admin Panel > Settings > Checkout with the name “I Accept Terms and Conditions” (or similar)