Hello @jonburke, it seems that there’s a difference on column size between front and back endBack end The back end is the area that authorized users can sign into to add, remove and modify content on the website. This may also be referred to as “WordPress”, “admin” or “the administration area.” editor. Also, the Twitter block is not aligned while inside the editor. There is a blank space above the tweet, but once published, the blank space moves away.

On the back end editor, I can squeeze in 4 “Paragraph 1” on a single line.

2nd column (Twitter block) is not aligned on column 1 (Paragraph block). There’s a blank space above.

On the front end editor, I can only squeeze in 3 “Paragraph 1” on a single line.

2nd column (Twitter block) is also not aligned on column 1 (Paragraph block). There’s a blank space above.

Also, what’s interesting is that on the back end, I can insert 4 “Paragraph 1” on a single line. But once published, it goes down to 3.

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