Defining my own Terms and Conditions

Your own Terms and Conditions, if defined, must be accepted by your clients upon ordering and registering. You can define them under My Business / Legal / Terms and conditions.

The date when a customer accepts your terms, if it has been recorded, is visible on the client's record page.

These terms can also be delivered to your clients as a PDF file along with ordered image downloads.

Using your own PDF file as website terms

Entering your terms and conditions text in the interface guarantees that the text will be nicely integrated on your website and will display well on mobile too. But if you wish to have more control over the format of the file delivered to your clients, you can also import a custom PDF file instead, and it is what will be both shown on your website and optionnally included in file deliveries.


Terms and Conditions accepted by your customers are a contract that helps safeguard your business interest and for example, are a good place to provide mandatory information, or set boundaries on what your customers can do with the images they download. If you serve customers in Europe and are subject to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), they are a good vehicle to comply (they provide a "contractual basis" for the data).

If you haven't defined terms and conditions yet, and especially if you sell goods or services through your website, we encourage you to learn more about this topic as well as the GDPR if it applies to you. If contacting a qualified legal counsel isn't practical, it is easy to find Terms and Conditions templates on specialized websites (make sure they apply to your location and the kind of products you sell, if any).

The terms might be complemented with the information we provide on the data collected on your website and its location and on cookies.

Note: the information on this page does not constitute legal advice.

See also

Letting visitors view or download PDF files on your website ›