I am evaluating a Nextcloud account, installed on a good host provider. (I didn’t make the installation myself).
A would like to evaluate opening up file FTP and Webdav connections for outside users. I have been informed that I must add a few lines of code to the config.php file, to do this. But I’m having difficulties finding a way to get to the config.php file. Can’t find it.
None of the settings menus in Nextcloud’s web gui offers access to the file or to a function that might reveal the file, or things “under the hood”. I tried to log in via Webdav, and I was successful in logging in (as admin) but I found no ‘under the hood’ files there.
I am also interested in expanding my ability to perform more advanced theme-ing than what is offered by default. I would be interested in customizing folder icons and other smaller details in the interface, and if possible, also customize the layout of emails and messages sent out to recipients via Nextcloud’s SMTP.
I have for example installed an expansion app called “Custom CSS”, as I am familiar with web design and CSS and more. But this app does not come with a manual, and the interface for it is just 1 text field. It isn’t apparent in itself how to use it.
I have a feeling that all of this – both adding code to config.php and advanced theme customizing - may be possible by getting ‘in under the hood’ … somehow.
Any advice or tips on how to proceed would be helpful.