Controlling cursor states


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Controlling cursor states

One of the properties in CSS that is often overlooked is the cursor property. It might be because people really don't have that often a cause to use it. But it gives you the very, very powerful ability to control the display of the cursor. In the case of our horizontal menu, that means that we can give the appearance that the link is disabled. So we're going to finish up our horizontal menu by working on the horizontal.htm from the 04_08 directory, and this is an incredibly simple fix.

I'm going to go into the current class selector, and I'm just going to create a brand-new line at the bottom of that, I'm going to type in cursor, and you've got a lot of different choices, and this is the one time that I'm going to reference some of Dreamweaver's visual tools, because the Autohinting allows me to do this. Look at all the different choices you have for cursors. You have help, you have the resize, you have none, which can be really frustrating, pointer, which is going ...

Controlling cursor states
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Controlling cursor states provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by James Williamson as part of the CSS: Styling Navigation

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