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How to control the size of the portlet?

ankur rathi
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How to control the size of the portlet? I am using IBM Websphere Portal.

Abhishek Kanchan
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Hi Ankur,

I am also having similar problem, any help will be greatly appreciated.

SCJP 1.5<br />SCWCD 5.0
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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The layout of a portal page is determined by the theme and skin in which it resides.

Tables and style sheets can be used to manipulate the layout within a portlet, but you can't control the overall size. All you can do is develop a portlet that will look good in any environment.

Having said that, if your portlet is given 400x400 pixels, there's no reason you can't just put the whole thing in a table 200x200 in size. There'll just be alot of whitespace, that's all.

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Jonas X. Yuan
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In Liferay, the size of portlet can be controlled by Layouts.

Here is an real example:

Books: Liferay Portal 6.1 Systems Development
Have you checked out Aspose?
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