Default Gutenberg CSS on frontend

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I want to know how to include default Gutenberg CSS (the one I can see in the editor when no custom editor style is applied) on frontend. I want my the_content() to look 1:1 like in the editor (font, margins, paddings, everything).

I need it to actually know what I’m fighting when I’m trying to style whatever on that piece of…editor.

add_theme_support( ‘wp-block-styles’ ); is not the answer, so don’t you bother.

I’m sorry for sounding arrogant, so far I’ve received so many irrelevant answers on that on various forums that I’m considering ditching WordPress altogether

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, polish bastard 2 years 2019-11-29T05:21:04-05:00 0 Answers 63 views 0

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