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Nov 24, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Halfmoon tutorial: How to customize your website UI for light and dark modes

Ikeh Akinyemi Ikeh Akinyemi is a software engineer based in Rivers State, Nigeria. He’s passionate about learning pure and applied mathematics concepts, open source, and software engineering.

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3 Replies to "Halfmoon tutorial: How to customize your website UI for light and dark modes"

  1. I’ve been searching (on Google) how to implement light and darkmode features as I plan to implement it for my websites. Thank you so much for this introduction. I have a question though…will Halfmoon work on WordPress websites?

  2. Hello Hazel,

    Thank you for the comment. The Halfmoon library is a collection of pure CSS files that you can tweak to your preference. Having said that, if CSS files are supported by WordPress websites. Then yes, you can use it within your WordPress websites.

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