I am using Concrete 9.2.2 under PHP Version 7.3.33. On this version of Concrete one can add a text block nearly anywhere provided one gets the green line. This is identical to the other website that I regularly update under a different CMS. So I presume that this approach is pretty universal.
Today I added a block of text at the end of the previous blocks where the green line appeared. I then entered the text and pictures, save it and published it. So far so uneventful. However, this evening I have spotted that this morning’s activity seems to have additionally displaced an earlier block to the end of the document.
On the other website I use if this happens, one selects the block, grabs the ‘move’ icon and then drags the offending block to the right position. Easy. So back in Concrete I highlighted the block and was offered the coice of EDIT, COPY TO CLIPBOARD, OR DELETE. No sign of a move button, so I chose copy to clipboard. I then went back up the page to the position from which the block had migrated, added a new text block, went in to edit and chose CTRL V as instructed. Output - Nothing! So I don’t know where the Concrete Clibpoard is based but it is not the normal OS clipboard.
My question is whether the only way to solve this little problem is to re-create the block by importing in the text and adding the pictures as if for a new block and then go back and delete the wayward original block. If so, that does seem rather ‘agricultural’.
However, I know somebody will know a simple work around and thus would be very grateful if you could share it with us Tyros.