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=Browser or OS selection=
If you have selected dark mode on your operating system or browser, then you will automatically see this site in dark mode if you have on your desktop at least these versions: Chrome 76, Firefox 67, Safari 12.1, Opera, Edge; and for mobile at least these versions: Android Webview 76, Chrome for Android 76, Firefox for Android 67, Safari on iOS 13. See also here for [ Edge browser].
[[File:light_mode.png|thumb|Light mode in Windows. Change the option to Dark from '''Settings > Personalization > Colors''']]==Windows 10==
To turn on dark mode on '''Windows 10''' go to '''Settings''' > '''Personalization''' > '''Colors'''. Scroll down and select the “Dark” option under the '''Choose your color''' section.
[[File:dark-mode-mac-min.jpg|thumb|Dark mode on a Mac: '''Apple menu''' > '''System Preferences''' > '''General''' > '''Dark''']]
To turn on dark mode on a Mac (available in macOS '''Mojave''' or later) choose '''Apple menu''' > '''System Preferences''', click '''General''', then select '''Dark'''. When you use Dark Mode, Safari automatically shows a website in Dark Mode if the website has been designed to support it. If the website doesn't support Dark Mode, you can use Safari Reader to read articles in Dark Mode.
=Using custom css via a browser extension=