Or: how do I output conditional classes depending on the region a twig template is being rendered?


No, it doesn't.

With render caching, it is even possible that the same template/thing is not rendered again and put into a different region (not directly a block, but for a example a rendered entity, in a view or so).

It's easy to do targetting in CSS based on a parent region class. I know there are some recommendations to avoid that, but that's not always possible, especially when working with a complex system like Drupal, where you don't have 100% control over the HTML output in every scenario.

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