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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #57542, comment 3


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01/24/2023 05:15:34 PM (16 months ago)
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  • Ticket #57542, comment 3

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    1 Never mind about that stylesheet. Twenty Twenty-Two's default Single template uses the legacy Comments block, not Post Comments Form. That block has a similar `wp-block-comments` stylesheet, which did not seem to activate until after I added a Post Comments Form block to the Single template. The Comments stylesheet still appears when I kept the Comments block and removed the Post Comments Form block. This could be a problem with checking for the existence of a block instead of a theme problem.
     1Never mind about that stylesheet. Twenty Twenty-Two's default Single template uses the legacy Comments block, not Post Comments Form. That block has a similar `wp-block-comments` stylesheet, which did not seem to activate until after I added a Post Comments Form block to the Single template. The Comments stylesheet still appears since I kept the Comments block and removed the Post Comments Form block. This could be a problem with checking for the existence of a block instead of a theme problem.
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    33Try adding a block to the Single template and saving the template. If the site is public, you could create a Custom HTML block with a comment like `<!-- sample block -->`.