If you are a professional or hobby developer and want to improve the code of your favorite software or submit a bug on that project. Github is the place where developers can work together and collaborate on that project. And in most case is the software open source. So that everyone you can use it for free on his computer or mobile device.
However, when you are browsing and reading the code at night. That can give you a headache feeling with all that bright white light. And that like a flashlight is shining very hard on your face. But there is a solution to convert the day theme of that website to a comfortable night theme.
Steps for activating the Github Dark Mode
The steps on how to enable the Github Dark Mode is very easy, and it works on all major web browsers. Just follow the steps here below to enable your Github Dark mode website.
- Install the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension for your favorite internet web browser
- When the installation is completed, open the Turn Off the Lights Options page by clicking right on the gray lamp button. And choose from the right-click menu the item Options
- Select the Night Mode tab, and enable the first checkbox
Of course with the FREE Turn Off the Lights Browser extension you can customize many other popular websites such as Amazon, Instagram, Google News, New York Times, Evernote, etc. So you browse and read comfortably all your favorite websites late at night. And it is very customizable in the Options page to your personal style. That includes the color of the background, text, and hyperlink. And with an optional night clock to when it automatically go to this night mode. Such as from 10 pm until 6 am.
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