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Website Builder: How to Add Legal Pages
Website Builder: How to Add Legal Pages

Learn how to add Privacy Policy, Refund Policy, and Terms & Conditions to your website

Updated over a week ago

In Hostinger Website Builder, the easiest way to add legal pages is to create new pages via the Pages and navigation panel.

In this article, you will learn about the following:

Creating Legal Pages and Hyperlinking Them in the Footer

If you've already created legal pages, jump to step 3 💡

1. Within the editor, open the Pages and navigation panel on the left and click on Add page. From the menu on the left, select the preferred page — Privacy Policy, Refund Policy, or Terms and Conditions — and click on the template on the right:

Adding legal pages in Hostinger Website Builder

These are the templates. It is your responsibility to review, adapt, or supplement the templates to ensure they comply with the actual transactions occurring on your website. We kindly recommend seeking legal advice if needed. Hostinger is not responsible for your compliance with laws and is not liable for any damages or losses resulting from the use of the templates 💡

2. Fill in the required information and click on Add page. The page with generated content will be inserted into your site. You can edit and update this information anytime. Feel free to customize the page however you like!

3. (Optional) Once you create legal pages, you can hide them from your website's navigation menu.

4. Add a footer section to your website.

5. Add a text element to your footer and insert the titles of your policy pages (e.g., Privacy Policy) there.

6. Hyperlink the text with the legal pages that you created earlier:

Adding links to legal pages at the website's footer

To add more legal pages and show them in the footer, repeat the steps above.

If you run an online store, remember to add links to your policy pages in the Store settingsCheckoutCheckout policies 💡

What Legal Pages Are Necessary?

What legal information is necessary for your website depends on your business type and the laws and regulations in your country. Most often, you will need the following pages:

Terms and Conditions

This document explains the rules for using your website or online store

Privacy Policy

This document informs your customers what information is collected through your website. This may include things like:

  • Use of cookies

  • How you process personal information (emails, addresses, names, etc.)

  • Whether you distribute this information to any third party and if so – what for, when, etc.

Customers want to know if their personal data will be exposed to third parties or used for newsletters or other communication. By providing a clear explanation, you can be sure to increase your brand's liability among your clients. A privacy policy is also required by law in some countries – for example, the GDPR in Europe requires every business to explicitly explain to its customers how their data is collected, used, and stored.

Payment Information

The payment info page should cover all possible questions about payment methods in your store

Shipping Information

The shipping information page explains your delivery policy and may include the following information:

  • What items are allowed for shipment

  • Regions to which you deliver your goods

  • Terms of delivery

  • Estimated shipping time and price

  • How you handle returns

Return Policy or Refund Policy

This document specifies your terms for refunds and product returns in your online store

You can also use third-party online tools to generate various templates for your website policies. Here are some tools you may check:

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