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Can you rotate the cursor in CSS?

Kinda! There is no simple or standard way to do it, but it's possible. You can change the cursor to different built-in native versions with CSS with the cursor property, but that doesn't help much here. You can also use that property to set a static image as the cursor. But again that doesn't help much because you can't rotate it once it's there.

The trick is to totally hide the cursor with cursor: none; and replace it with Read article

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Changing the Cursor with CSS for Better User Experience (or Fun)

CSS can control the appearance of a cursor. There are a ton of options available to us and we've covered them pretty thoroughly in the ol' Almanac here on CSS-Tricks.

Still, it's easy to overlook cursors and their impact on the user experience of our sites. Remember when we learned ::selection was a thing and every site started using it to personalize the background color of text selections? Customizing cursors is just as easy and adds that extra bit of … Read article

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The cursor property in CSS controls what the mouse cursor will look like when it is located over the element in which this property is set. Obviously, it only is relevant in browsers/operating systems in which there is a mouse and cursor. They are used essentially for UX - as they convey the idea of certain functionality. So try not to break that affordance =).

There are a bunch of them:

See the Pen The Cursors! by Chris Coyier (… Read article

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