Support » Plugin: Checkout Field Editor (Checkout Manager) for WooCommerce » “Terms & Condition” and “Privacy Policy” checkbox

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    how to display the “Terms & Conditions” and “Privacy Policy” checkboxes in the checkout form and make them “Required” in order the guest the registration can be processed with the entered data?

    Of course, these checkboxes can be only shown when the user is NOT logged in.


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  • Plugin Author ThemeHigh


    You can achieve your requirement by selecting the Terms and condition page in WooCommerce >> Settings >> Advanced >> Page setup >> Terms and Conditions.

    Please note that first, you need to create the Terms and Condition page.

    Also, the checkbox will be available for both logged in and logged out users.

    Hope this will help.

    Thank you!

    Thank you for the reply, but the checkboxes are not shown. You can check it here:

    The checkboxes are not there. By the way, there haven’t been there since the beginning.

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by

    OMG. The link is below the payment section and it was always there.

    I was just expecting it directly under the fields and …. I don’t know why I didn’t see it.

    I am really very sorry for bothering you regarding the terms and conditions.

    But, how is it regarding the Privacy Policy? How can I add a checkbox to the checkout page and make it “Required” when the user is not logged in and he will be registered?

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by

    I was thinking about it. It looks like WooCommerce doesn’t offer by default the possibility to implement “Privacy Policy” as checkbox.
    Above the terms and conditions checkbox there is a text regarding the Privacy Policy.

    I can add into the terms and conditions that accepting them means also accepting the privacy policy.


    Plugin Author ThemeHigh


    Thank you for letting us know 🙂

    I guess explicitly agreeing to the privacy statement as well is more strong from a legal point of view.

    I’ve managed to add a required radiobutton checkbox to the checkout and I’m happy with the result:

    Did it with these settings in the checkout field editor:

    Only thing bothering me still is this ‘ugly’ warning I get when people didn’t check the radio button before they wanted to place the order: Is there a way to go around that?

    Found the solution myself: just transferred the href code to the option text instead of the label. Problem solved.

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