Your text frame has a text wrap applied to it. Open the Text Wrap panel (Window>Text Wrap), Select the text frame with the black arrow and click the top left icon in the Text Wrap panel.
I have already done what you said, and it didn't do anything. I had read that online.
The text remains hidden if it is put on the image. Is there something wrong with the image?
In general how do you put text on top of an image.
When I try to write new text with a new caption the text disappears as well.
Try the same with the image frame. It's getting too late.
Yeah, It worked. Thank you so much. That was driving me crazy.
I am currently copying and pasting images with captions from quark express files to indesign cs6 files.
This is probably a really bad workflow that will end up biting you. I've not actually been able to copy a an image box from Quark and paste it into ID to test, so I don't know waht youare doing, exactly, but odds are you are not pasting a link to the image (doe sit show a link in ID's Links panel?). If not, you should be building this from scratch or opening the Quark file directly in ID (up to version 4 with out a plugin, later than that requires the Q2ID plugin from Markzware).