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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-images] Disabling image animation

From: Stephan Sokolow via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 07 Oct 2017 18:14:34 +0000
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> This suggests that you think site authors are going to be the ones using this property. I don't see why they would, tho. Gifs are generally just fine to upload alongside any other images.

Because I'm both someone with hypervigilance issues **and** a designer/developer with a strong desire to control when and where animated elements are allowed within the sites I produce. (If a muted `<video>` wouldn't be allowed, then I probably won't allow an animated `<img>` either.)

Hence my comment about using image-processing libraries server-side. (To limit the risk, I've taken to using a simple a pre-check stage which detects APNG and animated GIFs using only very limited, defensively-coded inspection routines before I feed only the animated stuff to the full parser.)

On my hobby sites, a lack of this has actually been one of the factors delaying a move away from full pre-moderation to a more wiki-like experience.

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