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Why Dark Mode Is Hard

And How You Can Implement It On Your React Website

Photo by Andre Benz

I love me some dark mode.

Hence, when I build websites for my projects these days, I make sure to include it.

It’s generally been quite simple, until I had to do it for my company’s website.

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