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11/19/2021 08:12:44 PM (2 weeks ago)
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jffng
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Twenty Twenty-Two: Sync updates from GitHub.

This commit syncs several changes for the default theme from its active development repository to core.

This is a follow up to [52081], [52107], and [52164]. It includes improvements to the home page template, adding a filter for block patterns, pre-loading the web font, improvements and bug fixes to block patterns, and more. For a full list of changes, visit https://github.com/WordPress/twentytwentytwo/compare/e4f69d0b7ed93f73b33c5991430618d01b0e3cac...25d74deaa57ba49b5a64a8569e6dd9ebadbfb23c.

Props jeffpaul, richtabor, netweb, luminuu, melchoyce, beafealho, clucasrowlands, desrosj, flixos90, joen, otto42, saju4wordpress, westonruter, kjellr, poena.
See #54318.

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    1010== Description ==
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    12 The WordPress default theme for 2022.
     12Built on a solidly designed foundation, Twenty Twenty-Two embraces the idea that everyone deserves a truly unique website. The theme’s subtle styles are inspired by the diversity and versatility of birds: its typography is lightweight yet strong, its color palette is drawn from nature, and its layout elements sit gently on the page.
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     14The true richness of Twenty Twenty-Two lies in its opportunity for customization. The theme is built to take advantage of the Full Site Editing features introduced in WordPress 5.9, which means that colors, typography, and the layout of every single page on your site can be customized to suit your vision. It also includes dozens of block patterns, opening the door to a wide range of professionally designed layouts in just a few clicks.
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     16Whether you’re building a single-page website, a blog, a business website, or a portfolio, Twenty Twenty-Two will help you create a site that is uniquely yours.
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    1418== Changelog ==
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