Getting rid of the view title when views are viewed in a browser?

Posted on 2003-03-07
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
When viewing an R5 calendar view with a browser (IE6 in this case), the name of the view ("Alan" in this case) appears at the top of the view.  Short of using a null "" as the name of the view, how can I hide the name of the view from the browser?  There are many views in this application and each needs a name so I can hidewhen the user isn't that name.  My users will click on an outline item that equals the name of the view and I don't want to waste the screen space it takes to display the view title they just clicked on.  Thanks.
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HemanthaKumar earned 500 total points
ID: 8090475
Create a View template called
$$ViewTemplateDefault, with $$ViewBody field in it.

Now when you view them in the browser, there will be no title.


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ID: 8090666
Brilliant.  Thanks Hemanth.

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