There's a lot of buzz on the internet recently surrounding dark mode, a toggle that allows you to set a normally white screen to a dark one that many say is easier on the eyes. And it's not just the aesthetic look, it's proven to use less power using dark mode on your mobile/tablet device. Dark mode is already sweeping the internet with many popular apps such as Slack, Outlook, Chrome & YouTube all adding a Dark Mode. You can also find it in many gaming consoles such as Nintendo Switch and Xbox One S / X. This was all triggered by macOS Mojave introducing a dark mode. If users request a dark mode feature in an app (they do, frequently), chances are good that it will appear at some point. As standard WordPress doesn't come with a dark mode, but there is a plugin called Dark Mode who's developer Daniel James has put up for adoption, hoping a bigger team can merge it with the core WordPress system one day.
How To Enable WordPress Dark Mode
If you'd like to install WordPress Dark Mode, simply follow these steps:
Login to your WordPress Dashboard
Visit Plugins > Add New
Search for Dark Mode
Click install now
When the plugin has installed, click Activate
Visit users and hover over your username and click edit
Tick the box that says Enable Dark Mode in the dashboard
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