Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies, two of the most important pages of your website that no one will ever read. Not all websites need these pages, so read on to find out why you might need them, and where to put them if you do.
You can't just write whatever you like and call it gospel, so for this reason if you are including terms and conditions pertaining to the sale of goods or any kind of financial transaction it's advisable to have them written up (or at the very least looked over) by a qualified lawyer. Alternatively, there are some very good terms and conditions generators available online.
Your terms and conditions should be easily accessible on every page, generally from the footer. You should also ensure that anyone who buys a product or service from your website ticks a box to confirm that they have read and agree to these conditions.