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In Sitefinity, modifying a template for a widget is extremely easy. In this example, I will show you how to add a simple checkbox to the “Checkout” page, whereby the customer must click on agreeing to the terms and conditions before they can confirm the purchase.
Hopefully this example has helped you to understand how to add simple functionality to Sitefinity widget templates.
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