Also, remember that your users’ privacy should definitely be one of the most crucial parts of your business. And you must pay keen attention to it.
After you log in to your WordPress, go to the settings and choose the Privacy page. After clicking on the page, you will notice that the page already has draft content.
Now you will notice two choices:
- An option to create a new page
- Use the page as it is.
When you choose to create a new page, you will notice that WordPress takes you to the new page where you can make the changes and make it as per your need.
In case you have decided to use the default page, then you can click on the edit page to make the new amendments. For more understanding, you can go through the instructions page to make edits and change the section.
You’ll notice that some sections already have a heading while others lack one entirely. Before publishing a page, make sure that all sections are accurate.
To fill out the blank sections, provide your users with the relevant information. This article cannot address the exact wording, though every site offers guides to help you complete each section.
Within WordPress, navigate to Appearance > Menus. If you already have a footer menu, you can select it or click Create a new menu:
You can then name your menu and choose a location for its display. The default theme of Twenty Twenty-One permits us to select the Secondary menu location before clicking the Create Menu button.
In the final steps, click Save Menu after expanding the menu item and changing its navigation label if necessary.