There are a number of standard cursors that are used depending upon where on the web page the mouse is located. The default cursor is the arrow, but if held over a hyperlink, the cursor usually turns into a pointing hand. The cursor property allows you to use CSS to change the cursor image when… Read More »
Wanted to try out the example code from here. When you move the mouse over this image, the cursor will turn into a magnifying glass and enlarge the section of the image underneath:
Create fixed borders around the content of your web page/post.
This is another general WordPress question that I see quite often: how can I create a menu item that displays a page of posts belonging to a particular category? For example, let’s say I have a site about animals, and I’ve created a category called Dogs and a category called Cats, and by clicking on… Read More »
I often come across questions from beginning WP developers asking how to create menu items which do not link to a physical page. That is, hovering over the menu item should expand the sub-menu, but clicking on the main menu item should not cause anything to happen, only the sub-menu items should link to another page. The… Read More »