File | Settings | IDE Settings | Emmet
In this page, enable IntelliJ IDEA to use Emmet in HTML, XML files and style sheets.
|Expand abbreviation with||Use this drop-down box to select the default key to expand Emmet selectors with.|
|13.0+Enable XML Emmet||Select this check box to enable Emmet (aka Zen Coding) support for XML. If this check box is not selected, the complicated abbreviations, like div.class>ul#list>.item$), will not work in the editor.|
|Enable BEM filter by default||Select this check box to make use of the BEM filters.|
|13.0+Enable abbreviation preview||If this check box is selected, IntelliJ IDEA shows a pop-up window with the preview of the entered abbreviation,
prior to actually expanding it.
|13.0+Enable CSS Emmet||Select this check box to enable Emmet (aka Zen Coding) support for the style sheets. If this check box is not selected, the complicated abbreviations, like bdci:n expanding into border-corner-image: none;, will not work in the editor.|
|13.0+ Enable fuzzy search among CSS abbreviations||Select this check box to enable fuzzy search among CSS snippet names. When enabled, every unknown abbreviation
will be scored against available template names. The match with best score will be used to resolve template.
For example, with this option enabled, the following abbreviations can be equal:
|Enable expansion of unknown properties ('unknown' to 'unknown:;')||If this check box is selected, then any entered word will expand into the same word appended by a colon and semicolon;
If this check box is not selected, then only known properties (for example, color) will be expanded this way (color:;)
|Auto insert CSS vendor prefixes||If this check box is selected, the CSS properties listed in the table below are expanded into constructs
that contain pre-pending vendor prefixes.
If this check box is not selected, the entire properties table is disabled.
|Properties and vendor prefixes||This table contains the list of CSS properties and vendor prefixes for the various browsers.
Select or clear the check boxes under each browser column to enable or disable prefixes for certain browsers.