CSS class not found in GWT Java code

In my GWT Java classes I'm getting a red squiggly under my CSS
class names.

What do I need to do to make IntelliJ see my CSS file?

I've got a Maven project and the CSS file is under src/main/webapp/css.  I tried marking both the webapp and css folder as sources but this doesn't seem to do anything.

Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks.

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IDEA uses the following algorithm to find CSS class referenced in GWT client code. Firstly it searches for *.html files which includes the GWT module
using tag. Then it searches for CSS classes in CSS files referenced from found *.html files.

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Nikolay Chashnikov
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My main entry file was a JSP so I changed it to an HTML, fixed the <link> reference for my CSS file and the web.xml for <welcome-file> and it is still complaining that it cannot find the CSS classes.  I tried closing the project and IntelliJ and restarting/reloading.

What else can I try?  Thanks.

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Is it possible to get sources of your project (.idea directory, *.iml files, and related java, html and css files)?
As a workaround you can disable the inspection (put the cursor on the error, press Alt+Enter, press the right arrow and select 'Disable Inspection').

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Nikolay Chashnikov
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JetBrains, Inc
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Unfortunately, as seems to be typical in these cases, I am unable to reproduce this with a new project.  I'll keep mucking with it when I have a chance and see if I can figure it out.

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