Remove the Checkout Terms & Conditions conditionally in WooCommerce

In this post you will learn how to remove the Terms & Conditions on the Woocommerce Checkout Page with PHP code.

 

This is how the Terms & Conditions section on the Checkout Page looks like before changing the code:

Remove the Checkout Terms & Conditions conditionally in WooCommerce

 

You can remove the text by adding the following code to your functions.php file:

add_action('woocommerce_checkout_init', 'arrow_design_disable_checkout_terms_and_conditions', 10 );
function arrow_design_disable_checkout_terms_and_conditions(){
remove_action( 'woocommerce_checkout_terms_and_conditions', 'wc_checkout_privacy_policy_text', 20 );
remove_action( 'woocommerce_checkout_terms_and_conditions', 'wc_terms_and_conditions_page_content', 30 );
}

This is how the Terms & Conditions section on the Checkout Page looks like after changing the code:

Remove the Checkout Terms & Conditions conditionally in WooCommerce

Conclusion

We hope this Remove the Checkout Terms & Conditions conditionally in WooCommerce post was helpful and you are now able to integrate this also on your website! You can find more articles here:

 

Read another Woocommerce post : ‘Show Message After the Country Selection at the Checkout

 

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