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    Help with custom cursor

    A guy on my webboard posted this, i don;t know the answer so any help would be nice

    ive recently started a css template and i designed some custom cursors and im looking at the code and i cant tell why the cursors are acting so weird i think i didnt declare what the cursors are heres my code

    body{
    cursor: url("Cursor.ani"), pointer;
    }

    p.s. i am testing in ie6 so the pointer should be a valid declaration, and i am puting them in body in the header tag should it be in the body? i know im a newb to css
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    ☆★☆★ silver trophy vgarcia's Avatar
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    He wants the cursor for the whole body of the document? Also, is .ani a valid extension? I thought for cursors they had to be .ico or .cur files.

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    Not sure, how do you convert them? Maybe i can tell him
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    i think that's a valid extension used for animated cursors. haven't checked the css code though...
    i pressume that you know the implications of what you're doing?
    (or are you just trying to look cool?)


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