Dark Mode Website Switcher
Adjusts the website's color scheme, so that all websites are dark by default, if they have a special design for that. It makes websites look dark even with a light system style.
What is Dark Mode Website Switcher?
"Dark Mode Website Switcher" is a Firefox extension that alters web pages' color scheme, making all websites appear in dark mode by default. This adjustment preserves your system's light style setting. It also features a toggle to switch dark mode on and off via a toolbar button or shortcut key: Ctrl + Shift + B. The add-on is compatible with Firefox v95 or higher.
This is an add-on that lets you invert the website's color scheme by inverting/changing the
prefers-color-scheme media feature of CSS without requiring you to change the whole system style setting.
You can also trigger toggling the dark mode with the hot key <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>Shift</kbd>+<kbd>B</kbd> (customizable in the Firefox add-on settings).
This extension only works with Firefox v95 or higher.
✍️ Usage ✍️
You can use a toolbar button to toggle whether it should force a dark mode or not. It displays a yellow moon icon, if it is enabled and forces the website to be dark.
⛱️ Test websites ⛱️ Here are some well-known websites that support the dark system style, so you can test them with this add-on:
User reviews summary
- Helpful for testing code and web development
- Helps switch between dark and light mode
- Works well in Firefox on Kubuntu
- Not functional when testing a static site locally
- Breaks certain websites like watchnebula.com
- Needs to be disabled when not working
- Useful for web development
- Switches between dark and light mode
- Some issues with functionality
Dark Mode Website Switcher is safe to use. It does not request any sensitive permissions.
Dark Mode Website Switcher has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.