Can't Find What You Need?


Have a Suggestion?


Browse by Category


Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Tell Me

This result is caused by embedded, animated gifs that flash between 3 and 50 times per second. Flashing animated gifs can cause seizures in persons with photosensitive epilepsy. Even students without epilepsy may find animated images distracting and/or headache inducing.

  1. We have not been able to replicate this error yet, so we can't say if there is a “U FIX IT!” button for this result. However, as a general best practice, it’s in your best interest to avoid using gifs. You should also ask yourself if there is another way that the message can be communicated. Would a still image do? If not, think about providing an alternative or some way that users can forgo the animation or switch to an embedded video.



Related FAQs

Page viewed times