Gday, I am trying to edit css files in intellij 10 and the auto completion does not work.
Instead with ctrl-space there is a listing of all the actionscript classes that are in the project. When I edit a php file this does not happen and instead shows the expected, thinking about it again its almost like a bug?
I really think the cross language workflow is truely amazing, just it seems css has been an afterthought, or am I missing something? there is not even a file template for css by default.
After trying webstorm it works wonderfully, does idea even mean to provide this?
Do you develop Flex application? In Flex modules, we support for Flex CSS: http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/help.html?content=styles_02.html
Hello, I am referring to the use of *.css files in an IDEA project in general. ( inspections, code completion etc like in webstorm )
I am developing a web application that is a php / cms and as3 only application. When wanting to develop the php and front end markup the *.css files I am confused on what module settings are appropriate for it to work. I was just exeprimenting and by creating a new "blank Java module" the *.css files suddenly come to life with code completion. This does not happen in a flex projet however css code inspection does not work.
Actually, if a *.css file is located under Flex module or under a module containing Flex facet, IDEA associates CSS completion/highlighting with Flex instead of HTML. So, do you really need to use Flex module/facet?
Yes that is logical, for a flex only project, although not every as3 project uses css in only that way. So in order to have css code inspection in IDEA what module / facet do we use?
Is it hard to create a "module" for only html/css development where inspections work like webstorm?
You are rightwhen setting up another module/facet in my case a "dummy java module/facet" the inspections work with all the w3c goodness etc. This is quite confusing for a non java developer like myself, I am wanting to use IDEA for everything but java.
Does intellij intend us to buy webstorm / phpstorm separatley and this is all by design? Does anyone disagree on having another two default module/facets for html/css only ( like a webstorm project ) and just php?
I would love to hear some thoughts on this workflow in IDEA I think it gives the impression that it incorperates webstorm/phpstorm inside it but when you actually use it, it mostly makes sense to a java developer.