March 5th, 2001, 05:25 AM
This is a kinda strange question and I would like some sort of answer. "No can't do that" or "really complicated with JS" are fine </g>.
I have a DIV tag with an onClick prompt event on it. Depending on whether the user click 'OK' or 'Cancel' they will be redirected to a different page (basically a prompted link) - all really simple so far.
The problem is that the cursor when it is over the DIV tag looks like a 'text type pointer'. Is there any way that the cursor can be made to look like it does when it is over a link (ie changing from an 'arrow pointer' to a 'finger pointer')?
If this question has been asked before, please point me to the answer and I will be happy!
Thanks for any feedback,
March 5th, 2001, 09:18 AM
What is the website URL, if i am correct in knowing what you are doing then i wud say NO u cant do it, but post the URL and i'll have a look for you!
"The cause will equal the effect after the effect has preceded the cause"
March 5th, 2001, 09:52 AM
You can change the cursor to a hand using style sheets. May only work in IE 4 or greater.
<a href="help.htm" style="cursor:hand">This link has a "help" cursor</a>
March 7th, 2001, 03:19 AM
Thanks Webtendon! That worked perfectly... It seemed a really silly (simple) thing to try and do, but I thanks for your help!