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Samson Omojola
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Sep 23, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

Creating a custom mouse cursor with CSS

Samson Omojola I'm an experienced software engineer. I love creating applications with responsive, beautiful, intuitive, state-of-the-art designs. I'm skilled in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ionic, React, PHP, Laravel, and Flutter.

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4 Replies to "Creating a custom mouse cursor with CSS"

  1. useful probably only if you copy the example itselft
    in ‘real world’ the custom cursor if far away from the actual one

  2. You wrote: “Custom cursors can be a great way to draw your users in, keep them engaged…”

    Here. I’ll fix it for you:
    “Custom cursors can be a great way to draw your users in, keep them ENRAGED.”

    Please don’t use them. They’re annoying and counterproductive.

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