The AI Assistant is included in the Business and Higher plans for Hostinger’s WordPress hosting, web hosting, and cloud hosting services. It is automatically installed if you opt for AI features during WordPress onboarding.
- Log into your WordPress dashboard and navigate to Hostinger → AI Content Creator.
- Choose Pages as your Content Type, select your preferred Tone of Voice, and set the Content-Length to Long.
- Hit the Generate Content button. The AI will process your request and produce the content shortly.
- Click Edit as a draft to review and modify the placeholders. This action will open the content in the classic or Gutenberg WordPress editor.
- Go to Settings → Privacy in your WordPress dashboard.
- Select Website as the platform and click Next Step.
- Fill in the required details, such as your website’s name, URL, entity type, and origin country.
- Specify the types of personal information you collect from users.
- Choose the methods for users to contact you about their data.
- Enter your email address and click Generate.
Copy this policy and paste it onto your WordPress site’s privacy page. Ensure the content is adjusted to reflect your data collection practices accurately.
- In your WordPress dashboard, navigate to Plugins → Add New.
- Search for WPLegalPages, then click Install Now.
- Once the plugin installation is complete, click Activate.
- Scroll down and select CREATE PAGE.
- Fill in the required details like your domain name and email address. Then, click Next.
- In the data section, indicate the methods you use to collect user data.
- Customize the template’s text to suit your specific needs. Once you’re finished, click Publish.
In block themes like the latest Twenty-Four theme, you can easily add links to your WordPress site using the site editor. This way:
- Go to Appearance → Editor.
- Locate the footer section of your WordPress theme. This is usually found at the bottom of the template layout.
- If there is no specified field for the link, you can add it manually. Click Add Block in the desired area and select Paragraph.
- Regardless of the method used, you can customize the appearance of the link’s text, including font size and color.
- Use the View option to see how your changes look. Once satisfied, click Save to update the changes to your site.
- Navigate to Appearance → Widgets.
- In the Widgets view, find the Footer widget area.
- Click the Toggle Inserter Block button, then drag the paragraph block to the selected area within the WordPress footer.
- Customize the appearance of your links through the Settings sidebar. Adjust the font, size, and color to match the overall style of your footer.
- After editing the footer, click Update to apply the changes to your website’s footer.
How to Manually Link the Privacy Page to the Template
Manually adding your privacy page link to the footer.php file gives more control over its placement. This method is best suited for people with technical expertise in WordPress.
Before making any changes, it is a good practice to backup the footer.php file to prevent your WordPress site from unexpected crashes. Once you have the backup, follow these steps:
- Start by accessing Appearance → Theme File Editor.
- In the theme editor, you will see a list of theme files. Locate the footer.php file and click on it to edit it.
<a href=” Policy</a>
- After inserting the code, click Update File to save your changes.
Also, keep in mind that privacy laws may vary by region. Ensure your policy complies with specific legal obligations related to the location of your audience.
- Personal Data Collection – Specify the types of personal information your site collects. This can range from basic contact details like name and email address to sensitive data like IP address.
- Purpose of data collection – Clearly state why you collect user data, whether to provide services, improve user experience, or for marketing purposes.
- Third-party sharing – If your WordPress site shares data with third-party advertisers, uses Google AdSense, or participates in other advertising programs, disclose these relationships and the nature of the data shared.
- Collection method – Describe how you collect information, whether directly from users (for example, through contact forms) or indirectly (for example, using cookies or social media plugins).
- User rights – Inform users of their rights regarding their personal information, including how they can access, update, or request deletion of their data.
- Explicit Consent – Confirms that users explicitly agree to your privacy policies.
- Breach Notification – Outlines protocols for notifying users in the event of a data breach.
- Data Protection Officer – If applicable, this includes the contact details of your Data Protection Officer (DPO).
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In this guide, we have covered the importance of privacy policies on WordPress websites and three effective implementation methods.
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