In the Management Portlet, select the desired portlet window, click on the Theme link, and choose emptyRenderer for the various renderers. That will remove the borders for that portlet window.
If you are defining the window in a *-object.xml file, you can use:
<window> <window-name>ThePortletWindow</window-name> <instance-ref>ThePortletInstance</instance-ref> <properties> <property> <name>theme.windowRendererId</name> <value>emptyRenderer</value> </property> <property> <name>theme.decorationRendererId</name> <value>emptyRenderer</value> </property> <property> <name>theme.portletRendererId</name> <value>emptyRenderer</value> </property> </properties> </window>
it worked for me, thanks a ton!!!
now I can see that any paticular portlet without border and title bar.
but now facing another problem for alignment of the portlet.
Actually what's happening, I have 3 regions on my page having 3 portlet on every region and implemented IPC (interportlet communication).So in the first region there is portlet having some link, and on clicking of that, opening another page on 2nd region portlet.I have to remove border and tiltle bar of 2nd region portlet, which I have done it as u suggested. But now 2nd region portlet is moved to 1st region and overlapped on that.So it seems to mving to left and going into region first, which shouldn't happen.
I am able to solve my problem, have made some changes in the portal_style.css file.Now it's working fine.
Thanks a lot!