Store theme content changes in the database instead of the file system.
In some cases you may not have access to write to the filesystem to make changes to the theme. Database-driven themes allows you to store all changes to CMS templates in the database.
Assets files like images and stylesheets do not save in the database and cannot be modified without access to the filesystem.
To enable this feature for a single theme, navigate to Settings → Frontend Theme, select Edit Properties and check the checkbox called Save Changes in Database.
Alternatively you can enable this feature globally for all themes with the config item
cms.database_templates or using the environment variable.
# Importing from Database to Filesystem
theme:copy command can be used to copy the database version of the theme to the filesystem. Simply call the command with the
php artisan theme:copy demo --import-db
To delete all the database templates at the same time, use the
php artisan theme:copy demo --import-db --purge-db