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Hi all! Would love some help. I have a rental website and I am showing what dates are available / unavailable with colour coordinating (grey - available; dark green - unavailable). I therefore don't want the fly-out box to appear on hover, as it won't contain any information.

is there any nifty code to hide the white flyout / pop up box?


In the image below, my mouse is hovering over the number 14






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11 minutes ago, hlzcp said:

I don't want the fly-out box to appear on hover. Is there any nifty code to hide the white flyout / pop up box?

Yes 😀

To prevent this on all calendars on the site, add the following to Design > Custom CSS:

.yui3-calendar-grid {
  pointer-events: none;

This affects the Calendar Block on any template or version. It works by preventing mouse movements ("pointer events") from reaching the "grid" area of the calendar. The top of the calendar is still clickable, allowing users to navigate between months.

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