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On this page, integrate PHP frameworks with IntelliJ IDEA in the current project. The settings for each framework are shown in a separate area. A framework-specific area is shown only when the corresponding plugin (Drupal Support, Joomla! Support, or WordPress Support) is installed and enabled on the Plugins page as described in Installing, Updating and Uninstalling Repository Plugins

Drupal

In this section, configure integration with Drupal in a project.

Enable Drupal integration When the check box is selected you can use the specified below Drupal installation via the IntelliJ IDEA interface.
Drupal installation pathIn this text box, specify the root folder of the Drupal installation.
Set up PHP | Include paths
  • Select this check box to have Drupal include paths automatically configured for the project. After you leave the dialog box, the following paths will be added to the Include Paths list on the PHP page: <drupal installation root>/includes, <drupal installation root>/modules, and <drupal installation root>/sites/all/modules
  • Clear the check box to configure the include paths manually.
VersionFrom this drop-down list, choose the version of Drupal to use, the supported versions are 6, 7, and 8.

Joomla!

In this section, configure integration with Joomla! in a project.

Enable Joomla! integration When the check box is selected you can use the specified below Joomla! installation via the IntelliJ IDEA interface.
Joomla! installation pathIn this text box, specify the root folder of the Joomla! installation.

WordPress

In this area, configure integration with the WordPress Content Management System in the current project to work with the system through the IntelliJ IDEA user interface.

Enable WordPress Integration When the check box is selected you can use the specified below WordPress installation via the IntelliJ IDEA interface.
WordPress Installation Path In this text box, specify the folder where WordPress is installed. This folder should contain the wp-admin and wp-includes subdirectories.
Last modified: 11 October 2017

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