Did you know that there are over 30 different cursors that you can customize by using the cursor CSS property? Here’s the complete list and how to apply it on your WordPress website. I’m using Divi in this example but it works with all WordPress themes.
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You can customize the cursor to improve the user experience. Some form plugins, for example, use old grey submit buttons with the default arrow cursor on hover. Why not style the button and swap to a pointer hand instead? And you could of course highlight an element with a crosshair or a question mark just because it’s fun.
00:00 – Intro: Changing mouse cursor on hover in WordPress
00:58 – Changing mouse cursor for an existing class (for example a button)
02:54 – Changing mouse cursor with inline CSS
Here’s the complete list of CSS mouse cursors:
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