## Cursors

I am not a UX expert, so I'm probably wrong here, but my general approach is to just change the cursor to indicate something clickable.

## Our Experience

We've actually tested a similar concept on our site and what we found was that when we put a dummy button, new users would only click in the dummy target area and old users would complain that the button was "too small" indicating that they were discarding their prior knowledge about the entire clickable area.

My conclusion is that if you put a dummy button, it will largely defeat the purpose of having the entire box clickable. 

Perhaps some greater UX contributors will provide more alternatives, but I think you should reconsider a dummy-based approach.


![click pointers][1]

  [1]: http://i.stack.imgur.com/hymRSs.jpg