Annabel wrote:I mean the tiny square box, where you agree to the TOS of a forum or a contract.
Sort of like: "I have read the TOS and agree to them".
(The upper line is missing)
Inside a little " l/" appears if you click it.
Only then you can move on.
I think I know what you mean, the tick box?
in off-line contracts the signature usually acts as the acceptance of all terms and conditions, which both should be able to read, if not itemised on the contract. sort of like at work the contract maybe 2 pages long but refers to the employee handbook, which itemises all the procedures and rules.
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