code override

updated — jan 27

Use desktop for the full experience.

Custom cursor

new

With this code override you can transform any frame to a custom cursor. Works globally if dragged directly into the main breakpoint or can be set inside specific areas within a frame like the example above.

code override

updated — jan 27

Use desktop for the full experience.

Custom cursor

new

With this code override you can transform any frame to a custom cursor. Works globally if dragged directly into the main breakpoint or can be set inside specific areas within a frame like the example above.

code override

updated — jan 27

Use desktop for the full experience.

Please switch to desktop to copy the code.

Custom cursor

new

With this code override you can transform any frame to a custom cursor. Works globally if dragged directly into the main breakpoint or can be set inside specific areas within a frame like the example above.

Custom cursor

With this code override you can transform any frame to a custom cursor. Works globally if dragged directly into the main breakpoint or can be set inside specific areas within a frame like the example on the left side.

Custom cursor

With this code override you can transform any frame to a custom cursor. Works globally if dragged directly into the main breakpoint or can be set inside specific areas within a frame like the example on the left side.

Adjustable properties

No adjustable properties

Adjustable properties

No adjustable properties

Adjustable properties

No adjustable properties

How do I use it?

Copy the override code from here and then, go to your Assets tab, click on + and add a new override. give it a name and paste the code inside replacing the reference code from Framer.


Select your frame where your cursor is and from the right panel go down to the code overrides section and click on + then select Customcursor file on both fields (File & Override)


Drag the cursor inside your desired area or frame and and from the style panel of the frame select cursor and set to none, then set the cursor position to absolute and center on x and y axis.

How do I use it?

Copy the override code from here and then, go to your Assets tab, click on + and add a new override. give it a name and paste the code inside replacing the reference code from Framer.


Select your frame where your cursor is and from the right panel go down to the code overrides section and click on + then select Customcursor file on both fields (File & Override)


Drag the cursor inside your desired area or frame and and from the style panel of the frame select cursor and set to none, then set the cursor position to absolute and center on x and y axis.

How do I use it?

Copy the override code from here and then, go to your Assets tab, click on + and add a new override. give it a name and paste the code inside replacing the reference code from Framer.


Select your frame where your cursor is and from the right panel go down to the code overrides section and click on + then select Customcursor file on both fields (File & Override)


Drag the cursor inside your desired area or frame and and from the style panel of the frame select cursor and set to none, then set the cursor position to absolute and center on x and y axis.

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A product by Fabian Albert.

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© 2024 - Eleveight Supply™