I am using PHPStorm 3.0.3.
I have a PHP file and inside that file I have code like this:
In all the above cases, PHPStorm reports warnings ("unknown HTML tag", "not allowed", etc.).
Also in my CSS file I have:
box-shadow: 0 0 2px #bbb;
for which PHPStorm reports warnings too.
Why doesn't PHPStorm recognize these things? The meta charset syntax and the data-attributes have been around for ages. The RGBA value notation too....
BTW, I had troubles logging in. It seems that your system does not accept my e-mail address as the username, which means that I have to remember the exact username for my account. Guys, this is 2012, not 1999. Please enable e-mails as usernames. This is rediculous.
Also, the "Remember me" functionality does not seem to work properly as I have to constanly manually log in every time. It works for the other services I use (Facebook, Gmail, StackOverflow), so I assume the problem is with your web-site. You have to understand that it is in your interest to keep users logged in. I mean, I have been permanently logged in on Facebook for years. With you guys, on the other hand, every time I want to ask a question regarding PHPStorm, I have to first figure out how to log in (reseting the password, figuring out my stupid username). Please fix this!