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How to enable night mode on Dev.to

max profile image Maxime Lafarie ・1 min read

I saw many people trying to get Dev.to in night mode with extensions, code tricks and so on.

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A preview of how Dev.to's night mode is looking

The only thing you need to know in order to enable night mode in Dev.to is going to: Your profile -> Settings -> Misc (left menu) and changing the theme you want in the Style Customization -> Site Theme category.

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Here you can switch between several themes for Dev.to

Click the Submit button and Enjoy! 🖖

Please note that the night mode on Dev.to is in public beta. If you want to contribute, you can go on the GitHub repo. 🤓

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Maxime Lafarie


Angular front-end engineer in charge of OSS at Anode. Rugby second row since 2k8. Angular to the max 💯


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