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With this post, we are asking for your feedback, and ways that we can improve the user experience.
Since the last discussion, the Dark Mode functionality has been placed back into the theme to make it easier to test.
Two test scrubs have been completed and we have listened to the feedback and tried to make the setting easier to use.
Dark Mode Support is opt-in.
The button used to turn Dark Mode on or off was removed from the blockBlockBlock is the abstract term used to describe units of markup that, composed together, form the content or layout of a webpage using the WordPress editor. The idea combines concepts of what in the past may have achieved with shortcodes, custom HTML, and embed discovery into a single consistent API and user experience. editor.
In the CustomizerCustomizerTool built into WordPress core that hooks into most modern themes. You can use it to preview and modify many of your site’s appearance settings. and on the front, the button is now placed at the bottom right (left on RTL). The button is hidden when you scroll down to not distract from reading.
We renamed the Customizer section to “Colors & Dark Mode” to make the setting easier to find.
The description in the Customizer was updated and includes a link to the themes support page.
A notice in the Customizer has been removed.
Dark Mode Walkthrough
To test the latest changes, you need to download the development version of the theme from the GitHub repository.
Install and activate the theme. The colors will be the default mint green background and dark text.
Go to the Customizer and open the Colors & Dark Mode panel:
Here you can customize the background color. If the background is light, a dark text color is used.
If the background is changed to dark, the text color is white and the Dark Mode Support option is hidden.
The Dark Mode Support option is opt-in. When the option is enabled:
The colors respects the device settings.
A new button is visible on the front and in the Customizer. This button is used to turn Dark Mode on or off. This means that site owners and visitors can choose their preference independent of their device settings.
The same colors are used on the front, editor, and Customizer.
When Dark Mode is on, a dark grey background color is used. Images and borders also have a lower contrast.
When Dark Mode is off, the color in the background color option is used for the light background.