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I created a list and a new webpart for the list. I don't want to show title of the webpart. I clicked "Edit the webpart" and then I clicked Appearance and I selected "None" on the Chrome Type.

At first, it seemed using this method solved my issue. But when I refreshing page, webpart's title is shown again.

How can I disable the title permanently?

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    Have you saved the webpart settings by clicking Apply, and Ok?. Have you saved the page? Is the page publishing enabled? Is it Approved?. Note - During editing the page the title will get displayed, and we can't change that behavior. – Amal Hashim Dec 24 '14 at 13:34
  • @Amal I clicked OK but I didn't click Apply, I clicked Apply then Ok, now. And it's fine work. Thanks. I hope it don't repeat again. – zengel Dec 24 '14 at 13:59
  • zengel: I have added it as an answer. Cheers! – Amal Hashim Dec 24 '14 at 14:01
  • the solve isn't permanently. When I refresh page, titles are visible again. And I add shown item limit, but item limit doesn't work, when I refreshing page. – zengel Dec 25 '14 at 6:52
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You should click on Apply then Ok on the web-part properties window.

Also make sure page is published.

During editing the page, the title will get displayed, and we can't change that behavior.

  • the solve isn't permanently. When I refresh page, titles are visible again. And I add shown item limit, but item limit doesn't work, when I refreshing page. – zengel Dec 25 '14 at 6:51
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Use CSS code to hide the web part title:

<style>
.ms-webpart-titleText{display: none;}
</style>
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I had this issue a while back. To solve that, do the following:

In the web-part, go to it's Properties, then go to Appearence. Here, in Chrome Type select None, this will hide both title and border.

Example: http://www.ucdenver.edu/about/departments/WebServices/sharepoint/onlineTraining/more/webparts/Pages/How-to-hide-the-web-part-title.aspx

Hope it helps. I'm using SharePoint 2013

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Step 1: Edit the page in which you have added your webpart.

Step 2: In the web part property go to edit web part.

Step 3: In the Apperance menu select None for chrome type.

Step 4: Click on Apply and then OK.

I am using Sharepoint 2013. Hope it will work.

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