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Mike Kuplevatsky 1 year ago in Payments • updated by Sergey Stukov (co-founder) 1 year ago 2

Hi,


I use PayPal for all payments and is it possible to pay for my project using PayPal after my trial expires?


Also, I have two more questions.


  1. How can I hide the right side forums module and rename instead of forums to another name like "Navigation."?
  2. Another user of mine wants to write Knowledge base articles. She's not an agent but can I set it up so used can write knowledge base articles if I accept? How would you suggest? I wouldn't add her as staff because she wouldn't be posting all the time so the cost wouldn't offset how much she posts which is rarely.

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Hello, yes it's possible. Open your payments section and send corresponding amount to the paypal@userecho.com with project alias in description, payment will be applied to your account.


1) You can hide any module via custom CSS settings, for the first step check module ID;



then add corresponding string to your Custom CSS settings.


#module_126 {display:none}

2) If you want use only one agent, you can create a private forum and give her access to it. She will prepare KB articles in it, and you will move and publish it to the KB when required.

GOOD, I'M SATISFIED

Thank you very much for all the information!

Satisfaction mark by Mike Kuplevatsky 1 year ago
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Hello, yes it's possible. Open your payments section and send corresponding amount to the paypal@userecho.com with project alias in description, payment will be applied to your account.


1) You can hide any module via custom CSS settings, for the first step check module ID;



then add corresponding string to your Custom CSS settings.


#module_126 {display:none}

2) If you want use only one agent, you can create a private forum and give her access to it. She will prepare KB articles in it, and you will move and publish it to the KB when required.

PS: If you need to hide pointed module as on the screenshot below



it has id= module_52


So custom CSS string will equal to


#module_52 {display:none}

Just add only this one string