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I Agree! Popups

Description

PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING IN THE SUPPORT FORUMS: This plugin is not currently being updated and there are no solid plans for a new version. I Agree! has only been tested up to WordPress 4.5.9 and there is a strong chance it may not be compatible with newer releases. If you are using WordPress 4.6 or later, please be advised that this plugin is likely not to work with your site. Thank you.

I Agree! Popups is an easy-to-use WordPress plugin that allows the creation of Terms & Conditions or Disclaimer popup windows for your site.

You can create a single popup to appear across your entire site, assign it to specific posts and pages, or even have multiple popups for use on whichever posts and pages you choose.

I Agree! Popups is ideal for financial services, insurance and legal websites where visitors are required to agree to terms and conditions before accessing material.

If a visitor agrees to the terms or acknowledges a disclaimer, I Agree! Popups stores a single, non-intrusive cookie in their browser to remember them for a time period specified by you. If they disagree, the visitor will be redirected to a URL of your choice.

The popups you create can be easily styled to fit with your current theme and are fully responsive, playing nicely with devices of all shapes and sizes.

Plugin setup is minimal and I Agree! Popups requires no knowledge of HTML or CSS. It couldn’t be simpler.

Screenshots

  • I Agree! Popups
  • A popup set to appear 'Sitewide'
  • Sitewide popup in action
  • Creating a popup for use on a single page
  • Assigning the popup to the stock WordPress Sample Page
  • Sample Page popup in action

Installation

  1. For safety, we recommend you make a backup of your WordPress installation before using this plugin
  2. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  4. Click on the new menu item “I Agree! Popups“ and create your first popup.
  5. If you wish for your popup to appear across the entire site, check the Sitewide box under the Appearance On Site configuration option when creating or editing the popup.
  6. If you wish to assign your popup to an individual post or page, select the popup from the I Agree! dropdown when editing the post/page where you would like the popup to appear.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. For safety, we recommend you make a backup of your WordPress installation before using this plugin
  2. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/plugin-name directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  4. Click on the new menu item “I Agree! Popups“ and create your first popup.
  5. If you wish for your popup to appear across the entire site, check the Sitewide box under the Appearance On Site configuration option when creating or editing the popup.
  6. If you wish to assign your popup to an individual post or page, select the popup from the I Agree! dropdown when editing the post/page where you would like the popup to appear.
Q. What does I Agree! Popups do?

A. I Agree! allows for the creation of Terms and Conditions or Disclaimer popups for use on your WordPress site. You have the option to assign these popups to individual posts and pages, or choose a single one to appear ‘Sitewide’. If a user arrives at an area of your site where one of these popups is active, they will be required to acknowledge the popup and ‘agree’ to the content before they can continue.

Q. How customisable are the popups?

A. We wanted to keep I Agree! as easy-to-use as possible, so all of the customisation options are available when creating and editing a popup. The customisable attributes include the transparent background layer colour, popup background colour, button background and text colours, the default ‘Agree’ and ‘Disagree’ button text, the ‘Disagree’ redirect URL, and how long a visitor is remembered in their browser once they have acknowledged the popup’s content.

Q. Are the popups responsive?

A. Yes. Popups created with I Agree! are fully responsive and designed to play nicely with devices of all shapes and sizes.

Q. Does I Agree! remember a visitors choice the next time they visit?

A. Yes. If a visitor agrees to the terms or acknowledges a disclaimer, I Agree! stores a single, non-intrusive cookie in their browser to remember them for a time period specified by you. If they disagree, the visitor will be redirected to a URL of your choice.

Q. Can I have more than one popup active at a time?

A. Yes, within reason:

  • If you are planning to use your popup(s) on individual posts and pages, you can have as many active as you like and assign them to whichever posts/pages you choose. However, a single post/page can only have one popup assigned to it at a time.

  • If you choose for a popup to appear ‘Sitewide’, this will take ultimate priority and override all the others. You can still create, edit and save as many as you like, but to use them on the site you will first need to disable the overriding popup by unchecking the ‘Sitewide’ box and updating.

Q. Can I assign one popup to multiple posts and pages?

A. Yes, as many as you like!

Q. Does this plugin require jQuery?

A. Yes, this plugin relies on jQuery. If the theme you’re using has been configured correctly, WordPress will include jQuery automatically.

Q. What happens if a user has JavaScript disabled in their browser?

A. The popups created with this plugin will not display without JavaScript enabled. However, all modern browsers have JavaScript enabled by default and just 2.4% of all web users browse without it. Unfortunately, this out of our (and your) hands.

Reviews

April 24, 2017
What’s the problem with this plugin when i activated then create my first terms and condition then check the Sitewide then hit update..there’s no display or popup on my site when i view my site??.. thanks for the help…
September 3, 2016
Simple and useful. I'm getting some glitches on iOS, which I'm sure will get cleared up, but otherwise it does what it says on the tin.
September 3, 2016
It works as described, easy to use, clean design, simple pop up for disclaimers and such. I would give it 5 stars but gave it 4 because it creates its own side menu/link and really wished it could have been under Settings or Tools because the more plugins we have they all create menus to where you get lost in them. It also takes real-estate space when posting a new page, posts or such in upper right hand side stating that this plugin is 'site-wide' enabled which is fine because putting a disclaimer just on front page is not good, what if someone clicked on a link to your article/post from outside the site/google etc. You'd want your disclaimer to show regardless. I will revisit this plugin and all ratings to change/update accordingly. Other than that, I like the plugin and I might manually move it to Settings.
September 3, 2016
Just as described so far. I just installed and created one pop-up. I can even use an image with the content I create. I think this is a new plugin, so I wanted to make sure people know it is working right out of the box. I have had no issues to report so I don't know how quick the support is or if it is even needed. Thanks for the plugin!
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Contributors & Developers

“I Agree! Popups” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

  • Initial Release