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Dark Mode in the Portal!! (Well.. an attempt at it!)

Shane_WhiteShane_White Cireson Support Super IT Monkey ✭✭✭✭✭
edited November 2020 in Cireson Uploads

Hey Community!

I don't know about you but I love using Dark mode on almost everything.. the only time I don't is when it's not available! So I decided to have a crack at building this into the portal, and many.. many lines of CSS later it is at a stage where I am happy to let you all have a look and post your feedback on what you think!

I am aware this is not perfect, and I am sure I have missed A LOT, so please do not hesitate to leave an update below, or to message me directly so I can try and iron out the bugs.

The good thing about this customisation is that it stores whether it is toggled on or off in the browser which means it is local to each browser (user).

Also, in the root of the CSS file, you can just change the 'Branded-color' variable to style it more to your company colours.

To install this customisation:

1.  Download the files

2.  Copy the contents of DarkMode.js into your custom.js file, or load it in using the loadscript

3.  Copy the DarkMode.css file into your custom space folder and load it into your Custom.css file using:

   @import '<location of Css file, starting at CustomSpace>'; E.g. @import 'DarkMode.css'; 

Please let me know what you think!


Shane :-D


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