The current night mode CSS is described below. It is a basic set of commands that work well across most websites, but they do remove many of the details of websites. At some point in the future I plan to create a more sophisticated set of CSS settings, as well as provide options for users to set their own CSS. Suggestions are welcome.
background-color: #212121 !important;
color: #BDBDBD !important;
box-shadow: none !important;
text-decoration: none !important;
text-shadow: none !important;
border: none !important;
color: #1565C0 !important;
background: #0D47A1 !important;
* formats all elements with the following characteristics.
background-color: #212121 sets a dark gray background.
color: #BDBDBD sets the text to be a light gray.
box-shadow: none removes a form of underline that some websites use for links.
text-decoration: none removes the standard underline used for links.
text-shadow: none removes text shadows (which don’t often match well against the dark background).
border: none removes borders around text and other objects.
a formats links.
color: #1565C0 sets the text color to be a dark blue.
::selection formats selected text.
background: #0D47A1 sets the highlight background to be a dark blue.
!important overrides any more specific directives that may exist unless they also have the