color-scheme – CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN – Mozilla

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The color-scheme CSS property allows an element to indicate which color schemes it can comfortably be rendered in. Common choices for operating system color schemes are “light” and “dark”, or “day mode” and “night mode”. When a user selects one of these color schemes, the operating system makes adjustments to the user interface.

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