Dark space has seemingly become a coveted visual space for both websites and mobile applications. The dark space is easier on the eyes, especially for people like me who want to burn midnight oil by coding and reading tutorials. Unfortunately, not all websites offer dark space, so I need to fix the situation.

While it’s not a real “dark space,” you can use CSS filter create your own dark space:

html {
  filter: invert(1);

By inverting the colors completely 1 makes a light-themed website much more comfortable in your eyes. It’s important to understand that developers shouldn’t see this as a long-term solution because it’s a pretty lazy drug and doesn’t fit well with the brand.

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