[TH] iO Dark Mode

XF2 Style [TH] iO Dark Mode

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Compatible XF Versions
2.0, 2.1, 2.2
Visible Branding
Link XF Versions
XF2.1: https://enxf.net/resources/th-io-dark-mode.590/version/5321/download

iO Dark Mode
Create a dynamic forum with this minimalist, vibrant dark theme. With concepts from Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines, your forum will be sleek and captivating. Make iO unique with category strips that automatically change color based on your primary brand color.
  • Built with the UI.X 2 framework
  • Clean typography
  • Uses material line icons
  • Full page animations on page load
  • Uses a tab bar at the bottom of the screen on mobile devices
  • Full height iOS-style modals
  • Category strips that automatically change color based on your primary brand color
Last update
4.75 star(s) 4 ratings

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Latest updates

  1. Version Released

    Changelog: Multiple optimizations and minor bugfixes Note: This release cannot be used on...

  3. [TH] iO Dark Mode

    Last Updated: Dec 12th, 2022 Updated compatibility with XenForo 2.2.12

Latest reviews

nice bro !!!!
looks so clean :)
This is the best Xenforo theme that ThemeHouse has made so far, in my opinion. It seems to take the Flarum-inspired Flare in an even better direction that's both simple and elegant with its animations and complex shading and styling. I also appreciate the matching light and dark variants.

One thing I would suggest for themes like this one that omit the sub-navigation row is the option to turn it on anyway or to trigger the sub-nav flyouts on mouseover or click of the main nav when on desktop.

Nav menus on software that doesn't have a sub-nav row tend to communicate the existence of sub-areas to the user with mouseover events. You see this a lot on WordPress. I think that the down arrows XenForo uses are only seen as sufficient because it's assumed that the sub-nav row will always be visible regardless and therefore users who miss the flyout arrows will be able to find those pages anyway. But those little arrows are easy to miss when they're the only option to see the sub-nav areas (especially if you're new to XenForo). While using this theme, I've had a lot users say "Where is the option to do this?" and it was hidden in a subnav flyout menu that they couldn't find without me pointing it out.