Terms and Conditions, also known as Terms of Service or Terms of Use, act as a legally binding contract between you (the website owner) and your site's users. They outline the rules and guidelines that users must agree to in order to use your services, helping to protect your content and limit liability.

terms & conditions

Owning a website comes with the essential responsibility of understanding and displaying your legal policies clearly to your users. There are so many data privacy regulations that not having one can cause significant legal issues and fines. I suggest saving yourself a headache and getting legalized. Even though there are free versions and also AI tools, you don't wanna take the risk of not having a fully compliant policy just because you want to save some money.

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Double click on the text boxes and highlight the links to access them through the link icon! 

Legal Page

A Privacy Policy is a statement that explains how your website collects, handles, and processes data of its visitors and customers. It's a critical document that ensures you're transparent with users about their privacy, and it's often REQUIRED to comply with data protection laws.


The Cookie Policy informs your users about your use of cookies on your website—most websites use them. This policy should detail what cookies are active on your site, what user data they track, for what purpose, and where in the world this data is sent.

The Cookie Banner is a pop-up or banner that appears on your website notifying visitors that your site uses cookies. It is usually linked to the cookie policy and provides options to accept, refuse or customize the level of cookie tracking. I use Enzuzo's cookie banner generator and there's other generators you can explore as well. You would embed the code onto your website once it's ready! It will most likely ask you to add it to your website's head HTML on every page of your website (details here). 

cookie POLICY & banner

Installing Your Documents

Please note that the above summaries are just examples and information for you to read through. Before launching your website, you should delete these placeholders and replace them with your actual legal documents. Here's what I recommend: 

  • For ready-made templates, consider visiting The Contract Shop for their privacy and terms template bundle! Alternatively, hiring a lawyer to craft personalized legal texts for your website ensures that all unique aspects of your business are covered. Ensure the template you use has the proper sections for your business. 
  • Delete these placeholders to place your legal content in a paragraph box & resize the canvas to be much larger to fit everything in. You can also create separate legal pages for each (terms, privacy, etc) by duplicating this one! You would do this under the "Page" tab on the left-side menu, click the 3 dots & copy. 

if viewing this from the showit design app, click this button and COPY the link from "click actions" on the right-side menu