Smoke dark css theme for browsers

2 months ago

I said that I am going to make a css theme a long time ago, but I somehow always skipped or ran out of time. Finally I decided to do it today.

Use CSS browser extension, Stylish or some other browser extension to paste this code. It is not anything super complex, you can alter colors into ones you like better.

#content {
    background: gray!important;
    color: white!important;
}

.header {
    background: #19242f!important;
    color: white!important;
}
.column {
    background: #2B3E50!important;
    color: white!important;
}
.App {
    background: black!important;
    color: white!important;
}
.theme-light {
    background: #19242f!important;
    color: white!important;
}

.articles__content {
    background: #304559!important;
    color: white!important;
}

.visible {
    background: #19242f!important;
    color: white!important;
}

.Trans {
    background: #19242f!important;
    color: white!important;
}
.callout {
    background: #19242f!important;
    color: white!important;
}
a:link {
  color: #5B942C;
}
a:visited {
  color: #5B942C;
}
a:hover {
  color: #61344a;
}
a:active {
  color: #346161;
}
.Author__name {
  color: #5B942C!important;
}









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Who's gonna inject it on the site, i don't think that developers might see this.

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We can use CSS extensions on our browsers or use Stylish extension from Userstyles. I use that one because it is the easiest to edit.

I love the desktop mode, very creative

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Thank you. These are my favorite colors so I used that hex codes, anyone can edit it to be more suitable for personal taste.

Good job anyways. Thanks stoner