Motion animation triggered by interaction can be disabled, unless the animation is essential to the functionality or the information being conveyed.
Testing & RemediationHow to test: Interact with your site to identify any areas where animation occurs after interaction. Assess whether or not that animation is required. Examples of animations from interaction include moving elements when a page is scrolled, parallax scrolling, etc. How to remediate:
- Use the CSS reduce-motion query to prevent motion
- Allow users to set a preference that prevents animation
- Remove unnecessary animations from the site completely
Questions and Answers
This question depends on a number of factors including size of site, desired level of conformance, your developer's understanding of accessibility techniques, etc. Accessible Web is here to help. Reach out and we can discuss your site specifically.