I'm having a very painful experience trying setting up the appropriate root directory for WebStorm's built-in server, to resolve absolute URLs to the project root.
I don't understand if it's my workflow that's wrong here or else, an alternative I was using were relative paths. Other than being really ugly, they need special attentions when dealing with compiled files (for example, urls in scss files have to be written relative to the "compiled css" folder, nasty!). Not manageable.
If I use absolute paths that take in account WebStorm's choice of document root, the urls will be broken when the project is served.
The common solutions (best explained here and there) make use of in-place servers. I wasn't able to make them work, the document root is still "a level above the project dir".
web server url: http://font-atlas-generator:63342/
local path: D:\Users\Nemo\OneDrive-shared\web\font-atlas-generator\
web path: /
What am I supposed to do? I've read the documentation (especially here) but I couldn't get any useful info
Here's a sceenshots: Upload id: 2020_08_22_NEA1hTF77B1xcAkB (file: 1.PNG)