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From the "Settings" screen you can assign a popup to be shown sitewide or you can assign popups to individual pieces of content using the standard post editing screen. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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From the "Settings" screen you can assign a popup to be shown sitewide or you can assign popups to individual pieces of content using the standard post editing screen.
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If you have knowledge of CSS you can style the popups however you want by changing your theme's CSS file. For a simpler and code free option, you can purchase and install our <a href="https://termsplugin.com/designer">WP Terms Popup Designer</a> add-on. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you have knowledge of CSS you can style the popups however you want by changing your theme's CSS file. For a simpler and code free option, you can purchase and install our <a href="https://termsplugin.com/designer">WP Terms Popup Designer</a> add-on.
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Simply find the shortcode for the popup content you want. You can find this information under "All Popups" in the admin menu. Copy the shortcode that matches the popup content you want and the paste it into the content of your custom post type. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Simply find the shortcode for the popup content you want. You can find this information under "All Popups" in the admin menu. Copy the shortcode that matches the popup content you want and the paste it into the content of your custom post type.
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Save the post or page and you are all set. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Save the post or page and you are all set.
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On the right hand side of the edit screen, you will see the "WP Terms Popup" option box. Configure according to your needs. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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On the right hand side of the edit screen, you will see the "WP Terms Popup" option box. Configure according to your needs.
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Go to the edit screen of the post or page you want to show a popup on. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Go to the edit screen of the post or page you want to show a popup on.
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Create as many pieces of popup content as you want. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Create as many pieces of popup content as you want.
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After you've created your popup content, go to the "Settings" page and select the checkbox for "Enable only one popup sitewide?" The select your "Sitewide Terms Popup" from the dropdown. Set an "Agreement Expiration" time if the default isn't right for you and once you hit the "Save Settings" button you are all done. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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After you've created your popup content, go to the "Settings" page and select the checkbox for "Enable only one popup sitewide?" The select your "Sitewide Terms Popup" from the dropdown. Set an "Agreement Expiration" time if the default isn't right for you and once you hit the "Save Settings" button you are all done.
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Go to "Settings" in the same "Terms Popups" menu to set the global settings that will apply to all popups. You can override these settings by editing each individual piece of popup content. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Go to "Settings" in the same "Terms Popups" menu to set the global settings that will apply to all popups. You can override these settings by editing each individual piece of popup content.
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After installing and activating WP Terms Popup, go to "Terms Popups" in your WordPress admin menu and select "Add New" to create your first piece of popup content. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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After installing and activating WP Terms Popup, go to "Terms Popups" in your WordPress admin menu and select "Add New" to create your first piece of popup content.
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When the user accepts your conditions they are immediately taken to your site without any further interaction. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When the user accepts your conditions they are immediately taken to your site without any further interaction.
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Each popup contains two buttons: one to show acceptance and another that redirects away from your site. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Each popup contains two buttons: one to show acceptance and another that redirects away from your site.
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You decide what your popup shows to visitors: a terms of service, a privacy policy, age verification, etc. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You decide what your popup shows to visitors: a terms of service, a privacy policy, age verification, etc.
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Our plugin gives your users a simple three step process for gaining access to your website. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Our plugin gives your users a simple three step process for gaining access to your website.
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You can use WP Terms Popup to ask users to agree to your terms of service, privacy policy or age verification request before they are allowed to access your website. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can use WP Terms Popup to ask users to agree to your terms of service, privacy policy or age verification request before they are allowed to access your website.
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