Stack Overflow has a dark theme option for several months now. Why is the same option not available on Super User? And across all the exchanges.

  • Because it hasn't been implemented yet.
    – DavidPostill Mod
    Oct 28 at 17:14
  • I think it's the same code base. Oct 28 at 17:22
  • "...creating dark versions of all of our sites, particularly the custom-designed ones, is going to be a huge challenge we’re not able to contemplate at this time"
    – DavidPostill Mod
    Oct 28 at 18:00
  • No one is saying to do them all at the same time. Start with the most popular ones. One by one. The look and feel between SO and superuser is very similar apart from some images. I am pretty sure there's a lot of common css elements between them. Oct 28 at 18:04
  • {shrug}. If you feel strongly enough please post on meta.stackexchange.com
    – DavidPostill Mod
    Oct 28 at 18:08
  • Looks like they are working on it. Oct 28 at 23:44
  • That's correct, it is indeed in the works: "Dark mode across the whole network is something we're actively working towards, but there's still a lot of work to be done. We've been rolling out a lot of behind-the-scenes changes to network theming that users (usually) don't notice to get us closer to our ideal theming state. I don't have any news or a concrete timeline at the moment, so thank you for your continued patience on the matter."
    – zcoop98
    Oct 29 at 16:21

It has not been implemented yet

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