FREE Middle Finger Cursor Downloads!

Download all free middle finger cursors!

Are you looking for some sweet middle finger cursors you can download for FREE? Then you're in luck! I recently bought cursor software that lets me create my own custom cursors, and the first thing I did (obviously) was create some cursors that look like the default Windows mouse pointers (specifically, the link pointer defaults), except I switched the index fingers with the middle fingers.

Download any of these middle finger cursors for free!

If you only want one or two of the middle finger cursors, you can download them individually by clicking on the areas below. As you hover your mouse pointer over each box, your cursor should change to the icon represented by that image.

Try it for yourself! Hover your mouse pointer over the boxes below!

Original
Cursors

Middle Finger
Cursor 1

Middle Finger
Cursor 2

Windows
XP-style
Cursors

Aero-style
Cursors

Large
Aero-style
Cursors

X-Large
Aero-style
Cursors

What is the difference between each cursor?

Original Cursors

The Original Cursors are what come with Windows Vista and Windows XP. The plain black and white one is from XP, and the other 3 are from the Vista Aero theme. These aren't for downloading--they're only shown here for comparison.

Middle Finger Cursor 1

The Middle Finger 1 column is modified by switching the index finger with the middle finger. The original middle finger is then flipped horizontally. Ultimately, this style of editing results in a cursor that preserves the exact pixels of the original pointers...only they are shifted around. This style is for perfectionists or for those who want to flip everyone the bird in a slightly more subtle fashion.

Middle Finger Cursor 2

The Middle Finger 2 column is virtually identical to the Middle Finger 1 column. The only difference is the index finger is shifted downward (which destroys a row of the original pixels) to create a more natural-looking hand. Basically, the only difference between the middle finger columns is the one on the right has a shorter index knuckle.

How to Change the Cursor On Your Website

Here is how to change the cursor on your website:

  1. Download a free cursor on this page, by clicking on one of the middle finger's download buttons above. Or you can click on the big orange button that says "Click here to download all cursors" to download a zip file that contains all 8 middle finger cursors.
  2. After you click one of the downloads, you should see a window pop up that asks if you want to open the file or save it. Choose the option to save the file on your computer.
  3. Upload the middle finger cursor file (ends in .cur) to your website. For example, you might upload the file to a directory called /images/, which would make the file location something like http://www.your-domain/images/aero-middle-finger.cur
  4. Add a CSS style declaration to your external stylesheet (or put it inside style tags if you don't have an external stylesheet) that tells web browsers when to display the middle finger cursor. Here is an example of the CSS code:
a:hover { cursor:url('/images/aero-middle-finger.cur'), pointer; }

This CSS style tells web browsers to display the cursor located at http://www.your-domain/images/aero-middle-finger.cur when someone hovers their mouse pointer over a link. If the web browser does not support customized cursors, it will proceed to the next option ("pointer"), which is the default mouse pointer finger for links.