CSS3 Tutorial for Beginners: 31 CSS Custom Cursor Tricks & Tips
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Welcome to another CSS training video. Today we’re going to take a look at the cursor element, so that way you can modify the cursor if you’re looking to have a different cursor on a button, help screen or adjust something as people are moving the mouse within your website.
There are a lot of different cursors out there that you can use, such as a pointer finger, an hourglass, a magnifying glass, crosshair and much more.
In this video, I’m going to show you how to use the cursor property within your CSS code in order to change the cursor as the user rolls over a button, or an image or a specific part of your website.
Read the full post at https://backstageincome.com/blog/css3-31-custom-cursor/
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