Thank you for your response Ivan. I have attached the code for a simple page below to help clarify.
My intent is to restrict users to only the month view, and never be able to see week or day views. I have successfully completed that requirement with the code below, with the exception of 1 case.
What I would like to do is disable the link on the day, or if that is not possible, ignore the postback if it comes from a "day", while still being able to accept postbacks from the arrows for the month navigator, or from the popup calendar. Is there perhaps some way in CSS to deactivate the day link perhaps if that option is not accessible via the Scheduler control?
The reasoning for this is that I am not using it as a scheduler, which I know is the control's intent. I have attached an image of what is currently being output from the control. Each day has 2 appointments 12:01 am for the large font number and 5:00am for the small number. It makes no sense for the users of course to see them as appointments with times.
Protected Sub rsMonth_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles rsMonth.Load
rsMonth.Skin = ddlSkin.SelectedItem.Value
rsMonth.DataSource = _getDT()
rsMonth.FirstDayOfWeek = DayOfWeek.Monday
rsMonth.LastDayOfWeek = DayOfWeek.Sunday
rsMonth.ReadOnly = True
rsMonth.AppointmentStyleMode = AppointmentStyleMode.Simple
rsMonth.ShowViewTabs = False
rsMonth.WorkDayStartTime = System.TimeSpan.Zero