- enable-force-dark under Chromium's chrome://flags
- browser.in-content.dark-mode in Firefox' about:config
|Resolved||Aklapper||T265018 Update redirect target of dev.wikimedia.org to Developer Portal|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T265019 Update several on-wiki link targets for "Developers" links (sidebars, footer, pages)|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T286568 Communicate launch|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T302809 Add dev portal to list of microsites on doc.wikimedia.org|
|Open||None||T299923 Update Zulip's welcomebot message and GSoC organization contact to point to dev portal|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T287030 Update or remove meta:Wikimedia_Resource_Center/For_developers|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T265017 Once developer.wikimedia.org is up, make https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API:Web_APIs_hub redirect to it|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T261510 Launch MVP of Developer Portal on https://developer.wikimedia.org/|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T287173 Test implementation with web browsers' dark mode|
Is the intent of this task that the css used for the site automatically follows any browser specified preference for light/dark mode? Or instead is the intent just to ensure that the site is known to be functional with the browser preference set to either mode?
Or instead is the intent just to ensure that the site is known to be functional with the browser preference set to either mode?
This one. I'd just to make sure that things are readable and accessible from a user perspective (and I naively do not expect problems).
Tested and works as expected.
A manual, separate not-entirely-dark-mode switch is available in the top bar:
Going to chrome://flags and setting enable-force-dark in Chromium 100 works as expected:
You can switch from your browser's now-default really-dark-mode to the site's not-entirely-dark-mode:
Going to about:config and setting layout.css.prefers-color-scheme.content-override to 0 in Firefox 99 doesn't change a thing and same for any other non-Wikimedia websites, so I'll just ignore Firefox' general problems here.