How disable link in WP calendar?

Latest WP and a plugin named My Calendar https://wordpress.org/plugins/my-calendar/

When creating an event, the plugin automatically turns the title into a link that pops up a window meant for further info. Probably nice, I don’t know.

But I don’t want or need any links or popups. I simply want a word to be seen on a date. Have spent a day trying to figure out how to disable this obnoxious “linkification” to no avail.

Can someone here help out?

Update: eventually found a way with CSS to disable text-decoration. So, at least the events aren’t underlined anymore. They don’t look like links. But still, if someone clicks the text, this utterly useless window will pop up.

Put this in your theme or some plugin, whatever makes sense for your situation:

add_filter('mc_disable_link', function () {
    return true;
});

That should get rid of the links.

See https://joedolson.github.io/my-calendar/my-calendar-output.php.html#line352

Thanks! Worked like charm!

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Hi,
John here,
Facing same problem like this a link appears in the event title when we create a new event, and we can click it to get more details. I’m not sure, but I think it’s nice.
There are no links or pop-ups I need or want. The only thing I want is for a word to appear on a certain date. The obnoxious “linkification” has been bothering me for a day now and I have been unable to disable it.

If you have the same problem then probably the same solution would work for you too :wink:

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