Using CSS, you can give elements in your document a different cursor image when the mouse moves over them. For example, instead of the default "hand" image, you can give links a "help" cursor instead when the mouse moves over them, or tables a "crosshair" cursor. Use our cursor wizard to generate all the necessary code for you!
Add this classic Windows effect to your website! It renders a trailing cursor whenever the user moves his mouse, and only ONE image is used to create it (sure looks like more than that!). Enjoy this great cross browser script.
Moves a series of images around the screen as if they were connected to the mouse cursor on a piece of elastic. In the demo, a series of small circular bullet icons are used. You could easily use any small images you want. You have to see it to believe it, wow!
One of the most spectacular and efficient mouse trail scripts you'll find, this one displays a trail that follows your mouse around, though fades away if the mouse becomes inactive. It's window dressing for your site at its best!