Pause, Stop, Hide

Understanding WCAG2.0

Information that is moving, flickering, scrolling, or automatically updating should be paused, stopped, or hidden so that it will not be distracted by that information.

Users with Dyslexia, Intellectual Disability, Attention Deficit hyperactivity disorder may not be able to use other content for these contents, so this item is "Non-Interference.(must always be achieved) "is. For "other contents", it is good to see examples showing suggestions in the "full page advertisement" of "Understanding Success Criterion 2.2.2".

Please do not use marquee to let the character scroll or blink to let the letters flash.

Movie, audio, carousel, etc are moving contents.

If content with motion or blinking is less than 5 seconds it will meet this success criterion, but "blinking" may sometimes cause the same harm as "flash", within 5 seconds Even "flashing" blinking is not allowed.

Principle Operable User interface components and navigation must be operable.
Guideline Enough Time Provide users enough time to read and use content.
Criterion Pause, Stop, Hide
(2.2.2 A)
There is consideration for moving, blinking, scrolling, or automatically updating information.

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