HTML and CSS Reference
Indicates the element may be a link or reference to
another element or location.
Shows that the object can be resized in all directions.
Presents an icon to indicate a cell is active, similar to
what is performed in a spreadsheet application.
Displays a resize indicator for a column.
Indicates a context menu is available.
Indicates the copy action is allowed or triggered by the
Displays standard four-arrow move cursor.
Indicates that the current location is not a drop target
for a drag action.
Does not show a cursor.
Indicates that the current function is not allowed, often
associated with not allowing dropping in a drag-and-drop
Displays a resize indicator for a table row.
Displays an I-beam used for vertical text insertion.
T ABLE 5-8 CSS3 cursor Property Values
This property is used to control the text direction, much like the dir attribute for
direction: ltr | rtl | inherit
The allowed values rtl (right to left) and ltr (left to right) are often implied by the language
in use, though the default is specified to be ltr .