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This webpage demonstrates the “before rectification” and “after rectification” mobile application pages on the implementation of the best practices suggested in the Mobile Application Accessibility Handbook.  This webpage may contain coding which is non-conformance to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 success criteria.


Illustration on Best Practice 2.12 - Provide three flashes or below threshold (Advanced level)


Before Rectification


  A sample mobile application page with a flashing image covering a large portion of the screen and the image is flashing too fast.

WARNING!

The next webpage has a large flashing image, which may cause problems for people who have epilepsy.

A sample mobile application page with a flashing image covering a large portion of the screen and the image is flashing too fast.

The traffic light is flashing too fast and covers a large part of the screen. The flashing image may cause problems for people who have epilepsy.



After Rectification


A sample mobile application page with a flashing image covering a small portion of the screen and the image is only flashing three times in one second period.
A sample mobile application page with a flashing image covering a small portion of the screen and the image is only flashing three times in one second period.

The size of the flashing image has been reduced  to a small portion of the screen only and the image only flashes three times in any one second period.