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Blank Component Component

Blank Component was made to make it possible for Joomla! Admins to create a menu item page that contains only modules and no component.

Any suggestions are welcomed.

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2014-09-17
Reviews: 2
*Perfect*
Its an easy way, to your only modules page. You will not have to use any empty article one time again.

Ive noticed that some people had problems with their urls. - for me everything worked well.
2014-09-12
Reviews: 1
Another user also says "As soon as I got rid of this component joomla URL redirection manager worked correctly."

Same here!

Simply leaving the homepage as a featured articles menu-item with 0 articles, giving the menu-item a class and hiding the title with CSS is better imo.
2014-08-15
Reviews: 4
This is something what I've always needed from time to time, and this component delivers without a hassle.
I always hated having empty articles and wondering why they are like that... only to recognize they are placeholders.
Component is simple and gives what it promises!
2014-08-13
Reviews: 1
Pure and simple extension. Takes monkey of my back every time I want to have module only page. Great work.
2014-07-24
Reviews: 1
This is what I have been looking for all my life!!
2014-07-05
Reviews: 1
A great way to avoid tweaking so much of code and extra work on layouts etc.
2014-04-02
Reviews: 2
In joomla 3.2.2, it is still carries over any css styling from your templates #content area which cannot be over-ridden
2013-12-13
Reviews: 1
Does exactly what it describes. No issues in Joomla 3.2. Saved me quite a lot of time. Thank you.
2013-08-26
Reviews: 1
Three words say it all -- I love it! And I'm NOT one to give top ratings. It was easy to install, easy to set up a page and it looks beautiful. Thank you! Off to donate...
2013-07-10
Reviews: 4
This is great but it won't let you make more than one blank menu item, the subsequent blank menus will point back to the first one!
2013-06-23
Reviews: 7
It works fine, but it doesn't help in Joomla! 3.1. I can choose an empty article as a menu position and it will be the same and I can still see empty space on the website in the place where content is.
2013-03-19
Reviews: 1
Easy to use and works brilliantly.

Olomee to change the browser tab title just edit the appropriate menu item and then add the title you want in the Link Title Attribute in the Link Type Options
2013-02-27
Reviews: 7
I have been looking for this for so long. Assign an empty page as a menu item and then fill the page with only modules.

No item-separators, no "blank" message. Just a completely empty section. No more workarounds in css to hide articles or empty categories!
2013-01-12
Reviews: 27
Great component!! Now I can use a blank page as a frontpage (featured). I still do not understand why Joomla has not such simple features embedded. What a pity!!
2013-01-04
Reviews: 17
Before, I used code for hide articles in home page, but with this great extension, not need... you can build a site only with modules!
2013-01-03
Reviews: 1
i was working for 3 days for this solution final i got it , thank you...
2012-12-12
Reviews: 4
My website relies a lot on multiple modules and this component allows me to remove the main content from any page!
Thank you!
~greetings from Malaysia
2012-11-16
Reviews: 9
I have been using this extension since Joomla 1.5

Today I installed it in a 2.5 site and as always it worked flawlessly. Excellent extension that serves its purpose well.
2012-11-15
Reviews: 1
This component is exactly what I wanted. But I'm afraid that in my template it isn't working as I wish. In my template (Oficina from Joomlashack) this shows up as a narrow (approx the height of one line of text high) white container for an empty article.

Given my current level of expertise with Joomla and CSS, I would attribute this to the template, not the component itself.
2012-11-02
Reviews: 7
Great idea, but could not get it to work on 2.5.

Seems indistinguishable from publishing empty HTML as far as I can see. Instead of no article, I just get a blank article. (Yes, I did suppress breadcrumbs for that page.)
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