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I am working with a unique template index.php file and want to remove the <jdoc:include type="component" /> because I don't want to display the empty space on the home page.

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In your index.php, you can use the following:

<?php $menu = JFactory::getApplication()->getMenu(); ?>
<?php if ($menu->getActive() != $menu->getDefault()) : ?>
    <jdoc:include type="component" />
<?php endif; ?>

All this basically does is check if the active menu item doesn't match the default menu item. If it doesn't, display the component view.

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@Lodder Thanks, but I had tried it and it does not work. After different test I found the solution, maybe is not a best practices but this work.

In your index.php

In line 20 before <!DOCTYPE html> 
    <?php
      $menu = $app->getMenu();
      $active = $menu->getActive();
      $homeactive = $active->home;
    ?>

In the Body:
    <?php if ($homeactive != 1) : ?>
        <jdoc:include type="component" />
    <?php endif; ?>

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