You can change the theme of your installation via Admin > Themes. If your custom theme plugin has been created following our recommendations, it will be listed on that page, and you can change the theme via the user interface. See:
If those changes were NOT done via a custom theme plugin (i.e. a developer changed the code locally, overwriting the original files), then you will need to talk to the theme developer and re-apply the same changes again.
Regarding the default language, a couple of suggestions:
- First, make sure the file you are editing is the apps/qubit/config/settings.yml, and not a different settings file (Symfony has a few)
- Make sure you are using a supported 2-letter ISO 639-1 language code -we have a full list of them at https://bit.ly/AtoM-langs. Brazilian Portuguese is one of the few languages in AtoM that supports a country code - use pt_BR for it.
- Make sure you haven't altered the default spacing and alignment in the settings configuration file.
- Most importantly: after making a change to any configuration file, remember to restart PHP-FPM, clear the application cache, and clear your web browser cache before re-testing! Otherwise you may not see the changes. If you've followed our recommended installation instructions for 2.7.1, you can use the following commands:
- Restart PHP-FPM: sudo systemctl restart php7.4-fpm
- Clear application cache: php symfony cc
- Remember to either clear your web browser cache, or use an Incognito or Private browser window for testing, where the cache is typically disabled by default
- After all that is done, make sure your default language has also been added in the user interface, via Admin > Settings > i18n Languages. If you are upgrading and this was set previously, then this step should not be needed if the upgrade worked - but always good to check.
General recommendations for working with AtoM's configuration files can be found here:
Let us know if that helps!