Google has already released a dark theme in Google Chrome, allowing the browser to match the visual style of the operating system on both Windows 10 and macOS.
However, while the dark theme itself is already here, there are parts of the browser that are still using the classic light theme, and this is because an application the size of Chrome can’t just be overhauled overnight with this new mode.
The best example in this regard is the template used by interstitial warnings in Google Chrome, which still use the classic visual style and do not follow the dark mode in the operating system.
For starters, the interstitial warnings are the messages that you get when pointing the browser to pages that are known as dangerous and could represent a threat of malware infection for users. Google Chrome thus displays a warning before these pages are loaded, making you aware of the risks but still letting you continue to the website should you want it.
“When users visit a web page, browsers like Chrome check the content that’s loaded to see if any part of it is potentially dangerous. When it detects a problem, the browser shows a warning, alerting users that content from a…