To understand the original posters issue, do the following:
Make a paragraph on a page.
Select that paragraph element.
Now, BESIDES the graphical editor, that great big visual representation of that paragraph on the page, where can you type into that paragraph to edit its contents between the p tags?
Quick answer; you cant.
Generally, stuff like this isn’t a problem in BSS, since you can usually see all elements on a page, and just double click and type your content.
Sometimes though, especially when you’re doing intermediate to expert level things to an element, you may not have the ability to see what’s in that element visually on the graphical editor pane.
I, for example, had some cards that flip between an image on the front side, to text on the reverse side, triggered by javacript, some css transforms and class changes. You literally could not see the paragraph element on the reverse side in the graphical editor. I had to copy and paste and hoped it was exactly as I wanted it, since I couldn’t navigate the cursor around to edit things, I couldn’t see the cursor or the text, as it was obscured behind the image.
Having the contents between any selected tags shown in the attributes panel would be pretty helpful, as a suggestion.