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Removing "Title Bar" web part fails

  Asked By: Joshua    Date: Nov 28    Category: MOSS    Views: 2262

In a MOSS custom list I built a aspx page with SPD by starting with a standard
layout in the UI, doing mods, and using a DFWP and replaced 100% of the XSLT. It
works, I like it. Now I am trying to gain more "real estate" on the page so I
can insert a second DFWP.

In SPD, I tried removing the title bar by deleting the <asp:control> containg
the "title bar" web part. It breaks the page, cannot render. Then I
re-established a working page and tried to delete just the
<WebPartPages:WebPartZone>. Again, it breaks the page, cannot render.

What to do? How can I delete the title bar zone to gain its space and still have
my asp page working.



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Joey Soto     Answered On: Nov 28

Can you just hide it? It's not particularly elegant, but it would reclaim
the real  estate. I would think you could use a custom  CSS class with

Answer #2    Answered By: Gerard Randall     Answered On: Nov 28

Instead of removing  the title  bar or hiding it in code you should remove the
title bar  by changing the properties of the DFWP. I suspect that setting is why
removing the code from the page  manually is causing a problem. If I remember
right its on the first tab of the general properties of the DFWP.

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