Cursor shows as "move" instead of "pointer" when over a picture with a link

Monica May 22, 2023

Using Confluence Data Center

I have a picture with a link, when I put the mouse over that picture I get a "move" pointer instead of a "point" pointer.

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I tried this work around https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-57252 but I end up with that text on the top of the page as shown below:

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Graham Twine
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May 23, 2023

Hello @Monica

 

Are you certain the CSS proposed in the issue was pasted into the correct place?

Space Settings > Look and Feel > Header and footer

 

Macros also use curly braces so this looks like it has been pasted into the page and not the space's Look and Feel CSS.

 

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Monica May 23, 2023

Hi @Graham Twine my menu looks very different from yours:

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May 23, 2023

Hi Monica, I just  shared the cloud UI instead of the DC.

 

I have seen my error as well :(

I the Header section of that sidebar add the CSS wrapped in script tags.

The following should work for you.

<script>
.wiki-content img.confluence-embedded-image,
.wiki-content img.editor-inline-macro,
.wiki-content table.wysiwyg-macro { cursor: pointer !important; }
</script>
Monica May 25, 2023

Hi Graham, I did that and I still get the actual code to display on my page and the cursor still shows as a move icon. 

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