Giving your page a custom cursor can be down with some basic CSS. For me the most difficult part was finding the correct cursor to download. There are some things such as cursor sets that were confusing and certain cursor file formats available on websites that offer free cursors for download aren’t compatible with all web browsers. Therefore I downloaded a free program called RealWorld Cursor Editor. It allows you to create your own cursor from scratch or make an already existing image into a cursor. I chose the former.
Select “cursor from image” and open the desired image.
Save your file to the appropriate folder. Insert the appropriate CSS for the portion of the page which you’d like to have your new custom cursor appear. Be sure to include “default;” after the file name, and that is how to create a cool custom cursor.
Unfortunately, the cursor doesn’t appear in screen shots, but believe you me, it’ll be there.