Custom Cursors

Below are a few custom cursors you are free to use.

Set 1: These will only show while online as they pull the cursor from this site.
( instructions here )

Set 2: These are free to use and can be used on your web pages or just for your pleasure on your own browser.
( instructions here )

Set 1

PLEASE NOTE: These do might not work with all browers.
These do work with Microsoft Internet Explore 6.0+
Click Here to get the Latest Version of Internet Explorer

How to tell if the cursors will work for you. Move your mouse over the viewing box.
If your cursor looks like a regular cursor, then it won't work for you.



LOOKS LIKE:
Rainbow Arch Cursor


LOOKS LIKE:
Rainbow Arch Cursor1


LOOKS LIKE:
Rainbow Arch Cursor2


LOOKS LIKE:
Rainbow Arch_R


Instructions Set 1
  • Choose the cursor you want to use from Set 1 above.
  • Highlight the code and copy. ( Ctrl +C )
  • Paste ( Ctrl + V ) into your web page HTML, Just above </BODY>

 

Set 2

PLEASE NOTE: If you put these cursors on your
web site pages they might not work with all browers.
These do work with Microsoft Internet Explore 6.0+
Click Here to get the Latest Version of Internet Explorer

Waving Flag
Waving Flag
Pyramid
Pyramid
Kissing Lips
Kissing Lips
Waving Flag 2
Waving Flag 2
Kite
Kite
Face
Face
GB Flag
GB Flag
Rainbow Pot
Rainbow Pot
Crosshair Big
Crosshair Big


Instructions Set 2

To add custom cursor to a web page:
  • Choose the cursor you want to use from Set 2 above.
  • Click on the cursor you want and save, or right click and Save Target As...
  • Upload to your web space.
  • Add following code to your HTML between <head> and </head>:

    <style type="text/css"><!--
    body {cursor:url("custom.cur"), default}
    --></style>

    Note: "custom.cur" is the relative URL of your custom cursor file, uploaded to your server space. "default" is the general cursor that will be used if the custom cursor is missing, or if this function isn't supported by a viewer's browser.

To add custom cursor to your desktop:
  • Choose the cursor you want to use from Set 2 above.
  • Click on the cursor you want and save, or right click and Save Target As...
  • Save in the default Windows cursor folder which is at C:\Windows\Cursors.
  • Then follow instuctions here. ( Windows 95,98,98SE,ME,2000 and XP users )

 

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