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Quick Setup

Good supports full Dark Mode  that you can preview here and easiliy setup following the below instructions.

  1. Run gulp task with --dark-modeflag in theme/tools/folder to generate the Dark Mode of CSS files.
    gulp --dark-mode
    For Webpack user, use below command.
    npm run build --dark-mode
  2. Switch CSS files to their Dark Mode. For example style.dark.bundle.cssand plugins.dark.bundle.cssare generated in assets folder:
    <!--begin::Global Stylesheets Bundle(used by all pages)-->
    <link href="assets/plugins/global/plugins.dark.bundle.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
    <link href="assets/css/style.dark.bundle.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
    <!--end::Global Stylesheets Bundle-->
  3. Add dark-modeclass name to the <body>tag. Keep other bodyclass names.
    <body class="dark-mode ...">
    <!-- HTML content -->
  4. Use Javascript API methods KTApp.setThemeMode(mode String, callback Function)to set the theme mode dynamically without refreshing the page:
    KTApp.setThemeMode("dark", function() {
        console.log("changed to dark mode");
    }); // set dark mode
    KTApp.setThemeMode("light", function() {
        console.log("changed to light mode");
    }); // set light mode
  5. Some images have special dark versions that can be flipped by just appending -darkprefix to the file name:
    <img src="assets/media/illustrations/sketchy-1/1.png"/>
    <img src="assets/media/illustrations/sketchy-1/1-dark.png"/>
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