Quick Tip: Don’t lock orientation
Interfaces should be flexible and adapt to the user’s device and technology. Apps can be programmed so they must be viewed in either landscape or portrait orientation. This can pose significant difficulties for users that cannot physically manipulate the orientation of their device. WCAG 2.1 now requires that orientation not be locked unless the orientation is essential.
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