Can't edit

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When I login to my site (sitename/index.php) it lets me login as the admin but when the page comes up, there isn't an "edit" box on the top left corner like there was previously.

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Hellohoney replied on at Permalink Reply
This may not work for you, but I was having the same issue yesterday in IE - switched to chrome and it works fine there. Have you tried a different browser?

Sorry, I'm a newbie and won't be any help beyond that!
melhalp replied on at Permalink Reply
I usually use Chrome, but I have tried to edit using Firefox and IE without success in those either.
downunderdive replied on at Permalink Reply
I have tried all BROWSERS even Safari, but I am unable to edit..
I get the 'editable' fields showing, but I can not click them or activate them and yes, EDIT bar is no longer showing in any browser?
melhalp replied on at Permalink Reply
Are you having the same problem???
Ekko replied on at Permalink Reply
Ekko
This problem is usually caused by not having this line in your footer.php <?php Loader::element('footer_required');

If you check in your theme folder you will find a folder named elements, in there is your footer.php file. Open it and make sure its there, if not add it, and you should be right as rain,

<?php Loader::element('footer_required');
melhalp replied on at Permalink Reply
Okay, but even if that line is missing, why would that suddenly cause a problem?

And if I want to add that line, how do I do so?
melhalp replied on at Permalink Reply
Oops, sorry, I read your response off my email and didn't see the second paragraph...
melhalp replied on at Permalink Reply
Just checked, and that line is in there already.
Ekko replied on at Permalink Reply
Ekko
Can you provide a site link either through pm, or in forum so that we can take a peek at your code ?
melhalp replied on at Permalink Reply
www.coursodondimension.com
Ekko replied on at Permalink Reply
Ekko
Okay I am in there now, and you are only having this issue on your main page. If this is only happening to one page it will almost always be something you have added to that page as content.

Your page has several html snippets that call content from other sites, and scripts so these scripts can conflict with C5. When adding these snippets you can usually tell right away that there is a conflict, but every once in awhile the site or widget that your using updates its scipts, just like c5 updates, and if there are script conflicts with the widget updates, than it will automagically mess with your site.

There are several ways of going about switching versions, and its up to you which works for you. If it were me I would copy the text content from page, and begin removing versions one by one, or I would just go back to page 1 depending on how easy it is to rebuild.

Its not pleasant, but this is one of the many potential hazards with html snippets.
jjemsek replied on at Permalink Reply
I ran into a situation like this just now. I had no unapproved versions, only one editor (admin account). The edit screens would come up and show the blocks, but none of the items were clickable. After trying a number of things I finally found turning off the basic cache allowed me to edit the pages again.