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I like to create Web site mockups for clients using Wordpress. Typically I will only create the landing page and a believable navigation menu. To keep from creating extraneous pages I will create a Custom Link using "#" and then enter whatever menu name. The problem I run into is when I mouse-over the menu link I get a straight cursor symbol instead of the typical mouse-over hand symbol.

Basically I am looking for a simple solution, if it exists, so that when a client mouses-over one of these menu links the cursor changes to the hand so it 'feels' like a real link.

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closed as off topic by Wyck, Brian Fegter, markratledge, kaiser, Rarst Oct 2 '12 at 21:23

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This question will be closed due to it not having anything to do with WordPress. Please read the wordpress.stackexchange.com/faq before posting, thanks. – Wyck Aug 29 '12 at 17:44
.menu li {cursor:pointer} didn’t work? – toscho Aug 29 '12 at 22:56
up vote 1 down vote accepted


.menu li { cursor:pointer; }

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@ Wyck understood. Seems rather restrictive but oh well. – Dr Dave Aug 30 '12 at 18:12

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