File | Settings | IDE Settings | Web Browsers
Use this page to specify in which Web browsers IntelliJ IDEA will open HTML files upon request and whether a browser will be launched by running its executable file or through the default system command.
In this section, specify which browsers will be available for previewing HTML or JSP output. The page displays all the browsers supported in IntelliJ IDEA, each browser presented in a separate line of the table. To configure the use of a browser, use the controls to the right.
You can enable as many browsers as you need.
|Click this button to add a browser to the list.|
|Click this button to delete the selected browser from the list. Note that you cannot delete the predefined browsers.|
The button is available only when the Firefox and Chrome are selected.
In the Firefox Settings dialog box, specify the Firefox browser profile to use for previewing output:
In the Chrome Settings dialog box:
|Use these buttons to move the selected browser up or down in the list. The order of browsers is important for rendering external resources and previewing files with Web contents.|
|Click this button to create a copy of the selected browser.|
Default web browser
In this section, specify the browser that will be used for rendering external resources and previewing files with Web contents. Also define the browser's behaviour, if the URL address passed to it points to an archive.
|Default browser||Select the default browser from the drop-down list. The possible options are:
|Show confirmation before extracting files||Select this check box to have a confirmation dialog box displayed before extracting files, if an archive is referenced.|
|Clear extracted files||Click this button to remove all the previously extracted files from the browser's cache.|