There are a number of places where CiviCRM gives a user the opportunity to register someone else for an event. In our case, this is undesirable behaviour.
We have tried using CSS to hide those messages, by replacing the .msg-text with text of our own, but inevitably this also causes us to hide important messages that shouldn't be hidden.
Is there a way in Civi to just prevent registering other people altogether? Or on a per-event basis perhaps?
- If you have already registered for an event, and you go to the event page, Civi gives you an option to register someone else. So we used CSS to hide .msg-text.
- However, if you have an event that has a registration limit, the same .msg-text CSS placeholder is used to say the event is full.
Is there a better way to do this?