Unable to Edit Page

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I have found that I am unable to edit a page in my Concrete5 website. Running 5.7.2.1. Tried many of the items listed here as to what to try. When I go to that page, logged in as admin, and click edit, the block just shows a sharing icon at the bottom left of the block.

I know I was able to edit this page at one time because I recently updated the map, but it no longer accepts edits of any kind that I can see.

Are there multiple locations where these edits can be made? Is there a simple way to determine whether or not this page is custom code and edited another way?

I inherited this site and I would like to limp it along until the new site is ready.

I have confirmed that there appear to be no errors on the page, I have turned off pretty urls, cleared cached, etc.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Chrouglas replied on at Permalink Reply
hey there. Can you shed a little more light on this?
What block is it that you are trying to edit? Is it custom? Do other blocks edit properly?
Can you snap a screenshot of the "sharing icon".
Do you get any menu when you click on the block in edit mode or does it just show what you are describing?

Happy to help as long as the 'new site' isnt wordpress :)
wizengamot2019 replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Attached is a screenshot of the problem. You can see that the edit button has been pressed, but the only change to the site is the Share icon on the bottom left of the image. Its kinda faint and right above the Alberta-Pacific portion of the site and has the word Content embedded next to the share icon. The block itself does not offer any kind of options when clicked, such as edit, or that sort of thing.

Other areas of the site are editable normally. I can honestly say I am a complete newbie to Concrete5. I cannot answer your question regarding custom because I simple am not sure how to tell. This is stuff I inherited from the last developer.

I do appreciate your willingness to help! It is much appreciated.
Chrouglas replied on at Permalink Reply
I can't say for sure but I would check if anything in that area has any z-index settings in the CSS. I've had blocks that were uneditable because something was covering the core's editable areas (or whatever you call them). Maybe 'position' too. Anyway, start stripping away CSS styles and I bet it will start working properly.
ConcreteOwl replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
ConcreteOwl
You have multiple java errors caused by the google maps block.
See the attached screenshot