How To Switch Themes From Light To/From Dark

How To Switch Themes From Light To/From Dark

You can change the theme of your Comics Plus Website from Light or Dark in your Admin Portal! 
Read the FAQs below for more details. 

Steps to Changing your Theme

1. Log into your LibraryPass Admin Portal 

2. Go to the "Settings" tab

3. Choose the theme of your choice: Dark or Light

4. Click save 

Please note - While the change will take affect immediately, it make take up to 2 hours to be reflected on the patrons end. 

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