I'm using a third-party software provider's calendar program. The program is designed to produce both a mouseover, "title" window, and an onclick, pop up window tied to dates where events are scheduled. The calendar(s) produce(s) a mini, month-at-a-glance view.
My web site has both a member (private) and public section. I am happy to have the onclick feature active in the member section, but don't want it to work in the public section. That calendar is displayed to show non-members what great events they are missing to generate sales. All I want for the public calendar is the "title" window. Anything more would give away the farm, so to speak.
So... the php code that makes up each calendar page is called from multiple files, and inserts the onclick code during the process. What I want to do is insert a master or global java script on these "parent" pages, that blocks any and all onclick commands that may have been inserted there. Suggestions?
Thanks in advance.