No, must you log in to use this browser extension? Or enter your credit card and CVV number (from VISA, Discover Card, MasterCard, America Express, etc)? No, the Turn Off the Lights browser extension doesn’t track you and doesn’t need your payment information. The browser extension is open source and you are free to take a look at the open source code.

Turn Off the Lights browser extension is written in HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, and XUL. The code is not compressed and it does not use any random character as a variable name. That to make you difficult to understand the code function. It is all readable text, that you can read line by line (with a vertical scroll bar and not horizontal scroll bar). In the “locales” folder, that contain all the translation files. This is a JSON file that the translator community can translate this freely on Crowdin website.

Track the code

You can follow up the development on the GitHub website where you can see the code for all web browser versions such as Google Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, Maxthon, Yandex, and Microsoft Edge.

There is no encryption in the JavaScript code, you can read all the functions and variable what this function do. Such as the Night Mode that converts the website, the AutoStop that block all those automatically playing HTML5 videos.

Note: that the private key to publish this Chrome extension is not available on the Github project website, that to prevent any unofficial release version to become the public stable version in the Chrome web store.

Do you have a question?

If you ever have any additional questions, feedback or suggestions. Or you don’t understand the code line in our GitHub project. The Turn Off the Lights Support team is always here to help you, so you get the best web experience day and night. And that without any disturbing element on the front of you. You can contact us on the official Turn Off the Lights support page.



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