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Don't pay money for an extra service that offers landing pages for your funnels. You can create a landing page in Joomla that will serve you very well and collect the information of your leads. In this video we'll create a landing page in Joomla 4 that collects information from your leads using ACYmailing.


  • The video is titled "How to Make a Lead Collecting Landing Page in Joomla 4 - 👀 WMW 177 - YouTube."
    - The video features Tim Davis demonstrating how to create a landing page in Joomla 4.
    - Tim mentions that he will start with a basic Joomla install.
    - He recommends using the "Advanced Module Manager" extension.
    - Tim explains the concept of a landing page and its purpose.
    - He creates a new template called "landing pages" and assigns it to a specific menu item for the landing page.
    - Tim shows how to hide specific modules (main menu and login form) from the landing page.
    - He briefly discusses the idea of adding a custom CSS class for page-specific styling.
    - Tim mentions installing the "Regular Labs Extension Manager" for future use.
    - He demonstrates how to enable the "switch to Joomla core module manager" link in the Advanced Module Manager.
    - Tim emphasizes the importance of having control over module assignments for different pages in Joomla 4.

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