Bug .991: REGRESSION: missing or broken CSS custom cursors are displayed as a missing image icon.
Move the cursor over the blue box - it should not turn into a missing image icon, and should turn into an I-beam over text.
Bug 6001: WebKit does not handle fallback custom cursors
Bug 9013: Let correct CSS custom cursor declarations parse
In each of the blue boxes below, the cursor should become a help cursor (question mark).
In each of the blue boxes below, the cursor should remain the default cursor, since all cursor definitions are invalid in quirks mode.
In each of the blue boxes below, the cursor should show the text cursor, since they contain invalid hotspots.
In each of the blue boxes below, the cursor should show the help, since they contain valid hotspots.
Should show an I-beam cursor.
The following testcases test inheritance of the cursor property. The first one should have the help cursor for both divs (normal inheritance). The second one should have help cursor for big div, text cursor for small div (inner div has cursor property, should not inherit). The next has invalid css syntax in the inner div, so it should inherit from the parent. The last two testcases have correct syntax and there is no inheritance in this case.
In each of the blue boxes below, the hotspot is out-of-range. In quirks mode we do not support hotspots at all, so we show the fallback cursor(text).