it might help @Ben to diagnose the problem if you include a link to the site.
Also, what version of php is your host using? You can find out by logging into Backlight and going to Admin > Special Links and click on View PHP Info.
Until @Ben can take a look, try reinstalling module-framework and module-client-response from your Backlight Modules page.
I know Ben has been adding fixes for compatibility with php 8.2, could be this is an issue with the particular configuration your host is using. (my site uses php 8.2 and accessing Client Response works fine)
A bit of a tricky one. The upgrading code needs updating to be compatible with PHP 8.2, but our modules page needs to use the current non-dated code on your server to upgrade modules…
The two options, one of which you’ve found:
Change to an earlier version of PHP, upgrade the modules (or let BL upgrade the module in the case of CR), then change back to PHP 8.2, or:
Visit https://yoursite.com/backlight/installer, and reinstall the core modules. Then login to Backlight again and upgrade any new modules. This approach is safe and protects your data and other settings.
Note that 2. won’t yet work. I need to apply the fix for PHP 8.2, test it and update our deployed code.
Would be really helpful. It’s quite difficult for me to test otherwise, partly because our development code doesn’t use the upgrade mechanism.
I’m not sure. Can you provide me with a Backlight admin login by clicking my name followed by Message? Were any emails received? Did the user see any errors or did it look like the feedback was submitted without issue?