Dark Side Mode + Time Settings function + Switcher – NEXTPOST

Dark Side Mode + Time Settings function + Switcher - NEXTPOST


When you work at evening, a lot of white color is bad for your eyes. But what if we create the dark mode for Nextpost and set time for this period. With this mod, you can enable Dark Side mod, set special CSS-styles for that and enable time settings.

Demo video:


  • Step-by-step guide
  • Enable/Disable function
  • iOS-style switcher in the top bar
  • Time settings function
  • 991 lines of CSS-styles for all basic Nextpost pages, original modules and also for some specific modules
  • Easy customizable, you can add your own styles (Step 6 in Digital Tutorial)[Optional]
  • Step 9. How to enable Dark Side mode by default.

Notice: We don’t provide support for adding new CSS-styles because you can do it yourself. And in Step 6 in Digital Tutorial we explain how. If you have any question just send us an email.


Version 1.0 – 7.02.2019– LaunchVersion 2.0 – 21.02.2019– NEW: Step 2. New code. Full replacement.– NEW: Step 4. New code. Full replacement.

  • – NEW: Step 7. The new implementation of Dark Side Mod:
  • – No flashlight (because of the new method used);
  • – Better for caching (“darkside” class changed only if needed);
  • – You can set Dark Side mod only for specific pages in Nexpost and modules.
  • Version 2.1 – 21.02.2019
  • – NEW: Step 8. Dark Skin switcher in the topbar, look-like iOS switcher.
  • Version 2.2 – 7.05.2019
  • – FIX: Step 7.1. New code. Full replacement. Reason: sometimes $AuthUser value can be empty.

Item Information

Last Update: August 10, 2019
Relased: August 10, 2019
Version: 2.2
Files Included: PHP Files,HTML Files,JS Files,CSS Files,
Layout: Responsive
Widget Ready: Yes
Retina Ready: Yes
Documentation: Yes


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