I am a web site administrator for http://www.seaquestkids.org Our web master Bill Lockwood changed our site to WP about a year ago. He has been inundated with other work and since his work for us is donated to our 501 (c) (3) we get put last. Because of that I am trying to help keep the site updated.
I have found that when I try to put more than one larger size picture on a page the cursor does not show under the picture that is there. Several work arounds and getting a cursor to show below a picture is hit or miss. When inputting a picture file if it is over a certain as yet unknown size the screen that handles the input doesn't allow me to go to any of the other picture sizes. Finally found out that I needed to start with a small enough file size for the system to work although I don't know the maximum file size with which I am dealing. If I have a file size width of 1650 to start with I can use the picture size selection dots. The insert screen shows that there is a 20Mb upload capacity for a file and that certainly was not what I found.
Once I have more than one picture in place using work arounds, if I try to put room under the lowest picture by using the enter key I can enter one time and then all successive enters come in at the top of the page.
I shouldn't have to leave the page on which I am to find out what version of WP the web site is using.
Hoping to reach a fundamental level of working knowledge so that we can get the Sea Quest Kids web site to a level of sophistication that should be possible by using WP. And I am hoping that you are working out code changes that make it easier and more efficient to do site work. For one thing if there are limits to file sizes list them in the steps that are presented to use a particular function. If there any quirks to usage of any function put them in the steps you see on screen when you are using that function.