Tag: javascript

The Magic of Fractal Snowflakes

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The winter ❄️ has finally come. I have been wishing for snow for a long time. Coming from a warm country such as Portugal, snow is not the most common thing to see. In fact, I only saw snow in Portugal once when I was a kid when I went to Serra da Estrela, the highest mountain in continental Portugal.

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Just fixed the flickering issue by inlining the required JavaScript, which is a really small snippet. If you’re curious about the code I’m using to toggle between the dark and light themes, following the user’s choice and falling back to the OS settings, here it is:

const mql = window.matchMedia('(prefers-color-scheme: dark)');

function toggleT (to) {
  localStorage.setItem('t', to);

function theme (query) {
  const userOption = localStorage.getItem('t');

  document.body.id = userOption === null
    ? (query.matches ? 'dark' : '')
    : (userOption === 'd' ? 'dark' : '');