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ThisSarahPowell

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Site URL: http://www.sarahpowell.co.uk

 

Hello! 

Currently all the events on my events page are displayed in a list, which I like but there is the option to click on each event and be taken through to that events individual page, is there a way of stopping that happening?

I tend to put all the info there so there's no need to click through.

Thank you so much in advance!

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Hi Sarah You can do this by adding some CSS to Design > Custom CSS as follows: .eventlist-column-thumbnail, .eventlist-datetag, .eventlist-title .eventlist-title-link {   pointer-events: n

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5 minutes ago, ThisSarahPowell said:

Currently all the events on my events page are displayed in a list, which I like but there is the option to click on each event and be taken through to that events individual page, is there a way of stopping that happening?

Hi Sarah

You can do this by adding some CSS to Design > Custom CSS as follows:

.eventlist-column-thumbnail, .eventlist-datetag, .eventlist-title .eventlist-title-link {
  pointer-events: none;
}

Once saved, visitors should not be able to click into the events,  but they'll still be able to click links that you've added in the event description.

There are three areas where visitors can click events to see more details. These are the thumbnail image, the date tag (shown on the image) and the title of the event. The CSS above prevents anyone clicking or tapping on any of these elements.  

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3 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

Hi Sarah

You can do this by adding some CSS to Design > Custom CSS as follows:


.eventlist-column-thumbnail, .eventlist-datetag, .eventlist-title .eventlist-title-link {
  pointer-events: none;
}

Once saved, visitors should not be able to click into the events,  but they'll still be able to click links that you've added in the event description.

There are three areas where visitors can click events to see more details. These are the thumbnail image, the date tag (shown on the image) and the title of the event. The CSS above prevents anyone clicking or tapping on any of these elements.  

   If a post helps you, please click a "Like" option below  ↘️

Paul this is brilliant! Thank you so much!

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