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CSS to prevent dark mode from changing the colours on a site

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Hi All,
 
I'm a bit late to the game but I recently learned that some browsers change the background color of sites when set to dark mode (see 1st pic) This makes some text unreadable if it is layered on top of an image (see 2nd pic). 

Is there CSS that will ensure that a site will display as designed (see 3rd pic) regardless of the browser settings?  I found some suggestions here but none of them seemed to work.

Any suggestions or pointers are greatly appreciated 
 
Thank you!

(Password is demo) 

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On 4/14/2024 at 4:15 PM, Stacey_anne said:

https://bobcat-dalmatian-gfh6.squarespace.com/single-service-2

at the moment I have the image sitting above the text on mobile because of the aforementioned problem 🙂

The page doesn't work. Can you check it again?

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