‘No timing’ requires no time limits on your website.

Introduction to ‘No Timing’

Users with visual, motor or cognitive impairments may need more time than others to understand and use your website. Any time controls or limits can make using your website difficult for these users.

How to Pass ‘No Timing’

Ensure there’s no time-limited content on your website.

Exceptions

The time limit is due to real-time events, like bidding in an auction or a livestream.

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I'm Luke, I started Wuhcag in 2012 to help people like you get to grips with web accessibility. Check out my book, 'How to Meet the WCAG 2.0'.