Do not design content in a way that is known to cause seizures.
Questions & Answers
My webpage has images in the background that move, but only when you scroll, so the user has control over whether the images move or not. Does this meet accessibility standards?
What are the accessibility requirements for flashing content?
- flashing content
I want to implement a video (that does not contain audio) as the hero banner of my site. If I include a pause button, am I violating any accessibility guidelines to have it set on auto play?
I have a game: knowitornot.com that shows interstitial "correct" or "incorrect" screens between questions. I was wondering how long those screens should last to be considered accessible. Or if there is any alternative.
Would using morph features in PowerPoint fall under success criterion 2.2.2 (or any others)? I use morph a lot in presentations and recently heard someone say "Does anyone else feel like they're on a boat?" when I was using morph to re-sort a list of...
- Three Flash
Our director wants to have an eagle (our logo) fly across the page on our web site. This is a terrible idea but I'd like to know what WCAG 2.0, section 508, and/or usability principles this violates. Any other arguments against this will also be...
- alt tags
If I have a gif on a site that loops continuously. Is that okay or does it violated the 'can't have repeating flashing stuff' rule?