Hide column header in a SharePoint list web part

Ben SteginkUncategorizedLeave a Comment

I was working on a site today and I added a list web part to the site.  I wanted the information to be displayed in two columns so I created a new view using Boxed, no labels as the style for the view.  The only problems was the column headers that end up at the top that really don’t make any sense or line up with anything. image To remove these annoying headers I used a simple content editor web part.  Instead of using the rich text editor, open up the Source editor and enter the following three lines: Under Layout in the Content Editor Web Part check the Hidden check box so you’re web part wont’ be seen on your site and click OK.  The column headers will now be hidden from view. image This method can also be used to hide and/or change the look of other aspects of your SharePoint site without using SharePoint Designer or making any custom modifications.  Any change can easily be undone or changed by going into Page Edit mode and changing the source in the web part. How to do the same thing in SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013