Cannot resolve directory in CSS files

Здравствуйте.

Разработка ведется через SVN, файлы правятся на локальной машине, потом заливаются на тестовый сервак.

При редактировании css-файла и указания пути вида /img/pic.png WebStorm подсвечивает такой url как неверный. При подключении js/htc файла, все нормально и такие файлы "находятся". Подробнее на скриншотах.
Подскажите что не так и как исправить такое?



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Hi Denis,

If that image file definitely exist on your PC then it looks like you need to mark the folder that contains img subfolder as Resource Root at File | Settings | Directories.

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Hi Andriy.
Thanks. It's resolve a problem.

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Hi! I have the similar issue.

My project is one of the projects on the site. So url to image looks like:
http://localhost/myproject/images/image.png

In my css file I use rule like:
a { background: url(/myproject/images/image.png) }

My project structure is looks like that:
myproject
+bin
+src
+web
++images
++css

Webserver uses "web" as a site root.

I've setup "web" as as Resources folder, but "/myproject/images/image.png"  can't be found there because this folder not contains a subfolder "myproject". And code inspector make this url underlined.

Please help me to solve this problem

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Hi there,

I'm not sure that anything can be done here from IDE side only -- currently IDE does not support this kind of "setup". You can try disabling this inspection though (Alt+Enter while standing on error and continue from there -- should work).

I mean -- setting "web" folder as resource folder does the job .. but not for URLs starting with extra prefix (like "/myproject/" in this case).

The proper way would be to access such image (resources) via different URL, for example: "http://myproject.dev/images/image.png" (where domain name is fakened via "hosts" file (available in any desktop/server OS) or local DNS server) and configure your web server to accept such requests. Alternatively -- use relative URLs (relative to the current file/URL) -- this way project will be self-contained and can be placed anywhere without any need to alter any URLs (unless URL rewriting is in use; it depends).

Other than that the only thing comes into my mind .. is to use PHP (or another technology, maybe LESS/SASS) to dynamically generate your CSS, e.g. something like this

<?php $urlPrefix = '/myproject';

a { background: url(<?= $urlPrefix ?>/images/image.png) }

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Thanks for quick answer. I just wondered, could IDE help me.

I think I'll use SASS.

Thanks

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