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Should <http://www.wikicodia.com/wiki/CSS_Custom_Cursors work?

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Sep 4 '07 #1
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Dr J R Stockton wrote:
Should <http://www.wikicodia.com/wiki/CSS_Custom_Cursors work?
Apparently not in Mozilla-based browsers.

http://www.javascriptkit.com/dhtmltu...scursors.shtml

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Sep 4 '07 #2
Dr J R Stockton <jr*@merlyn.demon.co.ukwrites:
Should <http://www.wikicodia.com/wiki/CSS_Custom_Cursors work?
It should - the "cursor" property is part of CSS2. But, browser support for
it is pretty spotty.

Of course, browsers that don't support it will simply ignore it and use the
default cursor - hardly the end of the world.

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Sep 4 '07 #3
Ed Mullen <ed@edmullen.netwrites:
Dr J R Stockton wrote:
>Should <http://www.wikicodia.com/wiki/CSS_Custom_Cursors work?

Apparently not in Mozilla-based browsers.

http://www.javascriptkit.com/dhtmltu...scursors.shtml
Most of the cursors on that page do work on the current FireFox. Although,
one of the handful that *doesn't* work is the "cursor: <uri>" form that's
discussed in the WikiCodia article. :-(

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Sep 4 '07 #4
On Tue, 04 Sep 2007 12:13:13 +0200, Dr J R Stockton
<jr*@merlyn.demon.co.ukwrote:
Should <http://www.wikicodia.com/wiki/CSS_Custom_Cursors work?
Indeed, allthough it's not reliable to use uri's. Great tool to add
(named) cursor style to items having some functionality done by javascript
for example, especially the cross & resize variants I've used on more then
one occasion.
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Sep 5 '07 #5

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