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Anyone know how do I can set it up so there is no pop-up window when someone clicks on a link in my calendar?

http://www.bostonwineschool.com/classcalendar.shtml

Thank you!

Jonathon Alsop | jalsop@bostonwineschool.com | +1.617.784.7150
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Sure - just use an HTML link for your event title. For example:

<a href="http://www.yahoo.com">This event jumps to Yahoo!</a>


With a Premium subscription, you can also turn off links on events that don't have a description (under Options->Events)
"Hide links on Events that have no Description (public calendar views only) "
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Hmm... what am I doing wrong at www.BostonWineSchool.com ?

Description field null

All text in title with link

Set to hide links

I'm missing something...
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Can you give me a sample event title + date to test with? Not sure which event is giving you this problem.
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Thank you!

Please go to http://www.bostonwineschool.com/classcalendar.shtml

Click on Friday 11/16 wine and cheese class where it says INFO, MENU & TICKETS

_new links to a registration page, and the tiny pop up opens for me.

Thanks again for taking a look!

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http://www.localendar.com/event?DAM=PublishedEvent&m=302822&event_id=1113&calendar_id=302822&more_info=N&export_date=Nov%2016,%202012&category=4
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AH - Now i see what you mean.
We've handled the question about event titles that are entirely links before, but I don't think the question about event titles that are part text and part links (as yours is) has come up.

Here is a quick solution I came up with. Edit the Event Description for that event, click on the small "HTML" icon in the toolbar.
Add this HTML:

<script>
self.close()
</script>


That will basically suppress (well, open and then close anyway) the pop-up description for that particular event. Of course, if someone wants to export that event to their personal calendar, they won't be able to anymore (because you are hiding our popup)
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Marc:

I hope this thread is still active.

I have a similar set up as the one bostonwineschool has; text and link in the Title line. I have tried the solution you note here, and also tried the 'disable the popup for events that have no Description' as noted in the Title pop-up window thread. But in both instances, the pop-up window actually appears and then disappears, which is distracting.

Go to:
http://www.mobileexceltest.ottawapark.org, then to Nov. 1, 2014, and click on Calendar Instructions to see what mine looks like.

Is there any way to code it so the pop-up window NEVER appears?

Thanks,

Harry
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