Are you looking for how you can Turn Off the Lights on YouTube? Then you are on the current help page. Here we will explain to you how you can dim the web page on YouTube and get only the video player visible on top of the dark transparent layer. That gives you the best and most comfortable feeling for your eyes. And make the video more enjoyable. Click again, and it will turn on the lights on the current web page.
Steps to Turn Off the Lights on YouTube
Follow the steps here below to get the lamp button visible in your web browser Toolbar. So that you can dim the web page in your favorite web browser:
- Install the free Turn Off the Lights Browser extension that will add a gray lamp button in your web browser toolbar
- Open a YouTube video page
- And click one time on the gray lamp button that is visible right of your address bar
The Turn Off the Lights is a free and open-source Browser extension. And it is available for Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Maxthon, Yandex, and Microsoft Edge. In the Options page, you can customize the extension to your own personal touch, that to your own background and enable enhanced features such as the Night Mode and Mouse Volume Scroll.
Turn Off the Lights FAQ
Is the Turn Off the Lights available for my web browser?
Yes, the Turn Off the Lights browser extension is available for all major web browsers. That include Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Maxthon, Yandex, Brave, Vivaldi, and Microsoft Edge.
How much cost this browser extension?
The Turn Off the Lights browser extension is a 100% free and Open-Source browser extension. You get the full experience on all web browsers.
Does it work for other video websites too?
Yes, the Turn Off the Lights browser extension is the ultimate extension for all video platforms. So if you found a video player, with one single click on the gray lamp button it will focus this video player, and dims the rest around this video player.
Can I download this also for my mobile device?
Yes, the Turn Off the Lights browser extension is also available for your iOS device. So you can dim the web page in your Safari web browser.
Did you find technical, factual or grammatical errors on the Turn Off the Lights website?
You can report a technical problem using the Turn Off the Lights online technical error feedback form.