Getting the most out of your CSS Journals Part 9
Welcome back! It's been a while since the last article, and while I did promise that 1 month would be more than enough time to prepare for these articles, it wasn't, and here I am, several days late, gathering up some resources. We have some nice little tricks for you this month, so let's begin!
If used right, these can add a bit of uniqueness to your journals. If not used right, can cause the old "Myspace template" look which shouldn't be shown in a journal.
Most newer browsers that correctly impliment CSS, let you change your cursor for certain elements, for example, links or DIVs. You can do anything from crosshair cursors, to custom cursors loaded from a file. In this example, we'll change the links from a hand, to a crosshair:
And of course you can use many more, such as:
or even load your own cursor. Just upload a