Interactive Cursor is a WordPress plugin that enables integration of custom cursors. The Plugin is packed with a set of ready-to-use HTML/SVG cursors. Beside that you can also upload your own image cursor.
The cursors are customizable through width, color, blending mode, hover effect etc. You can apply the cursor on any page/any section that you would like to. You can also have multiple cursors on the same page. Installation, configuration and usage is very simple and fully documented. With version 2.2 the performance is highly optimized and many new options added.
If you are experiencing any difficulty or issue with this plugin, don\’t hesitate to immediately contact the author. We will keep regularly updating the plugin, fixing issues and adding new features base upon user\’s feedback.
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Compatible with WordPress 5.4
Compatible with All Themes & Plugins
Installation and configuration is super easy! Just follow these steps:
- Copy the plugin files to the
/wp-content/plugins/directory or in WordPress admin panel go to plugins menu and upload the plugin zip file.
- Activate the plugin through the \’Plugins\’ menu in WordPress
- Go to plugin settings at
Interactive Cursormenu on the left, add your favourite cursor, set the options and click save button.
- Go to front end of your website and refresh the page.
Is it mobile compatible?
Yes, the plugin is totally device responsive and cross-platform. You can use it on phone, tablet, ipad, laptop or large screens.
Is there any dependencies for this plugin?
No, the plugin is a stand-alone set of scripts and requires no other plugins or third-party scripts to work.
My theme is not supported?
If your theme is not fully or partially supported, immediately contact the author. We will be constantly upgrading the plugin.
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