I received a link to download this module, but unwittingly downloaded the wrong version. Believing there to be a problem I contacted the developer again the same morning, and again received a reply just as quickly as before. He had already reset my purchase log and provided the direct download link.
As with the plugin, and unlike so many components that can be somewhat counter-intuitive, the module installed without issue and was a breeze to configure and integrate with the site pages.
I'm therefore delighted with not only the plugin (originally) and now this module, but also my choice of developer clearly dedicated to customer support, and therefore give this my fullest recommendation.
However, I would suggest that anyone concerned about advertising their favorite CMS to hackers should also use a non-Joomla template, otherwise it would be easily possible for a malicious crawler to simply search for the string "Joomla" (such as in joomla_logo...jpg - the Joomla image on every bundled template) and scan for Joomla vulnerabilities.
Can obviously be tweaked out by renaming the Joomla images and editing the template scripts, though defeats the objective somewhat. That said, it's a pointless Joomla-related file-naming issue but, as I say, this little gem (in necessary conjuntion with ByeBye generator) work beautifully.
Nice one - thank you!
I'm glad it worked out for you. There have been some recent updates that I suggest you install! Performance and stability enhancements.
There are many things that can be done to hide the existence of Joomla. I've attempted to start discussions in the forums regarding more extreme methods, but was met with strong opposition by the moderators. Now I don't discuss, I just do.
I have a new component/plugin package to release soon that will help with this subject.