- The exact information that will be collected from website users, which may include names, physical or e-mail addresses, IP addresses, and telephone numbers, and location tracking.
- If cookies are being used on the site, how to opt-out of them, and what effect this might have on the user’s experience.
- How the information will be collected, and by whom, for example, if it is being collected by an advertising program.
- In what way the information will be used, including if it will be shared with third parties.
- How the information is protected from misuse or unauthorized access.
- How to opt-out of data sharing, along with the potential consequences of doing so.
- Login to your WordPress website or Click on Dashboard.
- Click on Settings>>Privacy.
If you select the default draft, then you need to the ‘Edit’ link to make changes in the pages and publish it.
The guide has instructions and guides on how one can edit and change each section.
You will notice that the page has various sections a WordPress website may collect personal information. For example comments, login cookies, embeds, and more.
You will also notice that different sections have no information/descriptions below them just like in the Contact Forms.
For the Contact Form, simply describe the information you collect and what it is used for.
- Select the ‘Publish’ button to save the changes.
In order to add the link on the footer menu, you need to create a menu first. For that,
- Go to Appearance>>Menu
- Click on ‘Create New Menu’ link on the top.
- Provide a name to your navigation menu.
- Select the page from the left column and click on ‘Add to Menu’ button.
- Rearrange the menu in the order you like.
- Save the menu.
- Click on Appearance>>Widget
- Add a Navigation menu to your Footer Widget area by selecting the menu you recently created.
- Save the changes.