On some blog/web, when administrator want some parts of his contents be noticed. Instead of highlighting them, we have a tip. When the users hover their mouse on a element, they will see a strange cursor which you've chosen.
- In html editor, determine the elements you want to change their hover cursor. Eg: div, span, image tag, input controls, . . .
- Add a simple CSS style element for them like this:
<div style="cursor: CURSOR_TYPE_HERE;">...</div>
Here some cursor type value:
- auto: Default. The browser sets a cursor
- crosshair: The cursor render as a crosshair
- default: The default cursor
- e-resize: The cursor indicates that an edge of a box is to be moved right (east)
- help: The cursor indicates that help is available
- text: The cursor indicates text
- wait: The cursor indicates that the program is busy
- url(IMAGE_URL.gif),auto: A comma separated of URLs to custom cursors. Note: Always specify a generic cursor at the end of the list, in case none of the URL-defined cursors can be used
- and more here