Branding Articles
Changing Default Files
You might want to provide your new users with a set of default files that will appear in their Nextcloud after their initial login. This can be done by placing files in the nextcloud/core/skeleton directory, in your Nextcloud server. The files... Read More
Customized email templates
Custom Email Template Modifying emails works by creating a simple app which contains your customization. In this app you create a PHP class which extends the base email template as follows: <?php /** * @license GNU AGPL version 3 or... Read More
Disabling built in help menu item
Nextcloud is designed to be user-friendly and should not require a manual. However users can find information in our documentation or knowledge base if they have an issue or want to go deeper into a topic. This help menu is located in the settings... Read More
Difference between theming app and themes
Theming app The theming app is the recommended way to change the look and feel of your Nextcloud setup. That app is continously updated when elements in the Web User Interface change and keeps existing setups compatible. The theming app not only... Read More
Mimetypes management
If your company needs to use specific filetypes on a regular basis or wants to brand certain types of files, custom mimetypes may be useful. Nextcloud supports custom mimetypes handling, and enables administrators to add file types or choose a... Read More
Custom Client Download Repositories
You may configure the URLs to your own download repositories for your Nextcloud desktop clients and mobile apps in config/config.php. This example shows the default download locations: <?php "customclient_desktop" => "https://nextcloud... Read More
Branding asset requirements
  Nextcloud branding assets requirements These are the resources Nextcloud requires in order to be able to deliver branded clients. General attributes Files Application name  default: Nextcloud maximum (due to iOS limitation): 30 chars ideal for... Read More