View – & gt; Tool Windows – & gt; Remote Host.
This is exactly what you need, it seems to have appeared in the latest versions of PHPStorm (https://www.jetbrains.com/help/phpstorm/2016.1/remote-host-tool-window.html?origin=old_help ).
It is enough to create an empty project and use this thing.
The only drawback: it won’t load automatically! :(. Every time you have to press Alt + Shift + Q.
Answer 1, authority 100%
I made a remote project using sftp, but in fact it is not so important: there you can choose any type of connection.
I haven’t tried it myself, but sftp was advised (ftp type is buggy), so think for yourself.
Let’s get started:
File – & gt; New Project from existing files …
Next, select this item:
Web server is on remote host files are accessible via FTP / SFTP / FTPS
Then specify the name of your project (as it will be called in phpStorm) and locally on your machine where it can be located.
Answer 2, authority 33%
I saw autocorrect, for example div # id replaces with, how to do it?
In the html context, type div # html and press tab.
Yeah, these dances with ftp are always annoying. Therefore, I use the outdated Zend Studio 5.5.1 there it is very easy and convenient to add ftp, the only thing it does not work very well:
- Can’t change folder permissions
- Poor loading large number of files
Tools – & gt; Deployment – & gt; Configuration