With this new theme there seem to be no way to write CSS style rules that work.

CSS style files aren't loaded. and I find no space to modify CSS directly when editing the pages. But the "blocks" do include an "Additional CSS Class(es)" input.

Where do I state such "Additional CSS Class(es)"?

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YES (finally)..

The specific answer for this template I found in a WP forum was a bit misleading, which took me hours lost searching for what they meant. So:

The section for personalized CSS styles is located directly in "Twenty Twenty-Four" Theme Editor, just go:

  1. Appearance (themes);
  2. Editor (site-editor);
  3. Left Menu -> Styles (wp_global_styles);
  4. Up to the left, by the Styles title, there's an Eye and a Pencil icons, click the pencil (edit);
  5. To the right, at the bottom you'll find "Additional CSS" or at the top right, inside the three dots button.

You can also go directly to "/wp-admin/site-editor.php?path=%2Fwp_global_styles&canvas=edit" and look for step 5.

Hope this helps many newbies with this template, like me.

  • It doesn't seem to work inside Custom HTML blocks. Does anybody out there have a solution? Jan 29 at 22:14
  • wrap your custom HTML block in a block that you can target, though if you're using a custom HTML block you could use style tags
    – Tom J Nowell
    Jan 29 at 22:41

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