Suggest that Codecademy should implement a Dark Mode feature for their documentation platform. Here are some reasons why this would be beneficial:
Reduced Eye Strain: Reading technical documentation and code for extended periods can cause eye strain. Dark mode, with its dark background and light text, can reduce eye fatigue and make it more comfortable for users to read and learn.
User Preferences: Many users prefer dark mode for its aesthetics and reduced glare, especially when working in low-light environments. Providing this option allows users to customize their learning experience.
Enhanced Accessibility: Dark mode can improve accessibility for users with visual impairments by offering a high-contrast reading option.
Trend and User Demand: Dark mode has become a popular trend in web design and is now an expected feature on many websites and applications. Many users actively seek out platforms that offer this feature.
Like @lisalisaj said previously, there are multiple workarounds for this, so try extensions or programs to see if they can help. Honeslty, i do think Codecademy would be better if you could toggle light themes on and off without any additional software.