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WCAG: Best Practice: Users should be able to zoom and scale the text up to 500%
The document must not use the
user-scalable="no"parameter in the
<meta name="viewport">element because it disables text scaling and zooming which is essential to users with low vision.
user-scalable="no"parameter inside the
<meta name="viewport">element disables zooming on a page. The
maximum-scaleparameter limits the amount the user can zoom. This is problematic for people with low vision who rely on screen magnifiers to properly see the contents of a web page.
Users with partial vision and low vision often choose to enlarge the fonts on their browser to make text on the web easier to read. The browser's viewport focus is everything visible in the browser window at a given moment. If the user maximizes the browser to full size on a high-resolution monitor, the viewport focus area is large and may include the entire web page.
If the browser window is small, the viewport focus area includes only a small part of the web page. The browser's viewport focus does not affect the programmatic focus. Users can scroll up and down the web page, but the programmatic focus does not follow the viewport. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines calls for developers to design pages so that they support resize up to 200%; however, it is a best practice to require 5x zoom.