HTML Block messed up my page1 user found helpful
Somebody, please help!
If you are unsure of what file the code is in, I would run this command on your server.
grep -r -H "[sample of whatever code you wrote here]" *
That will perform a server search for that text in any file. If you want to search a specific file, replace the * at the end with the filename or path to filename.
Don't forget that concrete5 may split up chunks of the code. It is unlikely, but still possible, therefore a smaller sample size of the code you wrote may be better.
Anyway, after that just remove the code, making sure to be careful about the other code that already exists.
Hope this helps!
I think that the problem is caused by invalid HTML (forgetting closing tags?) or some CSS that conflicts. So my advise would be to dive in to the database and lookup the content of that specific instance. Change the content in a simple DIV with some text (so you can see it in edit mode easily). After that, I think you should be able to edit the page again.
Curretly I can't lookup the exact tables for you, but I think you will find it anyway (you can find the block ID (bID) in the HTMLsource).
Let us know!
There are also block templates for the html block that don't render in edit mode, so allowing you to always get into the page in edit mode. If you assign such a block template before entering html it will keep you safe.
Equally applicable to 5.7 and v8.
I cant remember off hand where the pre-prepared templates are.