I can add blocks to stacks but can't edit them later1 user found helpful
Is this a known problem - I can not find anything in the documentation. It has only started since upgrading from 5.5.
To edit or remove blocks from your stack just hover with the mouse over the content just like you do when editing a page and left click to get up menu. Then You can delete or edit that block.
Rebuilding a site is not difficult. Read this:http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/installation/moving_a_site...
@LighthouseBaptist, I believe you were having recent difficulty with permissions and that sort of sounds like what might be causing this problem(?).
I had a previous problem with Tweetcrete messing the update to 5.6 with a lot of other folks. I thought it might be a permissions issue but I seem to have Administrators OK for editing stacks. SInce there are only 4 or 5 people ever likely to be amending our site we do not need any heavyweight permissions mamangement. If there is a way to turn it off I would like to know.
Just a few things to set to make sure you're seeing all your errors...
1) Check to make sure you have error messages turned on in 'Dashboard->System and Settings->Environment->Debug Settings'
2) Check to make sure you have 'Log Application Exceptions' turned on under in 'Dashboard->System and Settings->Environment->Logging Settings'.
3) Once logging and debugging is on, you can check the C5 log files in Dashboard->Reports->Logs to see if it reports anything interesting.
Nothing in C5 will compress your code natively. You would have to have intentionally added a third party package like 'Miser' which re-arranges css and js files and combines them into one big file. The output from these sites is extremely difficult to troubleshoot hence my mis-directed request for you to turn off the compression. If you haven't added anything to this to your installation then ignore me.