Auto-playing media or animation has no mechanism to pause, stop, or hide
Automatically moving, blinking, or scrolling content that lasts longer than 5 seconds MUST be able to be paused, stopped, or hidden by the user.
Content that auto-updates - such as auto-advancing presentations and messages, and carousels, weather information, news, and stock prices - can be problematic for people who have trouble reading text quickly, people who have attention deficit disorders or other cognitive disabilities, and screen reader users. Auto-updating information must have an accessible mechanism to pause, stop, or hide it, or to control the timing of the updates. The ability to control auto-updating content allows people to consume information in a way that best suits their needs.
Fix this issue by providing an accessible mechanism to pause the auto updating content or to change the frequency with which content is updated.