What's the easiest way to make a dark theme (like on 1st photo) for markdown files hosted on github pages? Please check comments for the full description

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  • blog

    My blog created with React, Gatsby & Markdown (by ChristianChiarulli)

    I know it's possible because https://www.chrisatmachine.com did exactly this (repo link https://github.com/ChristianChiarulli/blog). I would've done the same thing, but I have very little knowledge about webdev, so I can't even figure out what to research to understand what this guy did.

  • akim13.com

    My personal website

    So, I recently started my own "website" (repo link https://github.com/Jac0g/akim13.com) It's basically just my notes written in markdown and hosted on github pages. I want to somehow turn github default white color scheme (2nd photo) into a dark one (like on the 1st photo) without changing .md files.

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  • primer

    Primer is a Jekyll theme for GitHub Pages

    GitHub Pages usually works by building your website using a tool called Jekyll. This uses a theme -- it looks like that's Primer in your case -- which describes how websites are formatted, and how they're styled. You can follow their instructions on how to add your own CSS on top of that. Try doing * { color: red; } just to see if you can get your stylesheet working (it should turn all text red), and then go from there.

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