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The page is available only when the PHP plugin is enabled. The plugin is activated by default. If the plugin is disabled, enable it on the Plugins page as described in Enabling and Disabling Plugins.
On this page, specify the scripts requests to which you want PhpStorm to ignore during debugging. This approach can be useful, when your application contains scripts that use AJAX. Suppose you have a
menu-ajax-script.php that "reloads" a part of your web page. This script works properly so you do not need to debug it. However, this script is still requested during the debugging session. To have incoming connections to this script ignored, add the
menu-ajax-script.php script to the skipped paths list. You can also group such scripts into folders and add these folders to the "ignore list".
| Notify about skipped paths || Select this check box to have PhpStorm inform you every time it receives a request to a script to be skipped. |
| Skipped paths || This list box shows the scripts and folders to ignore requests to. |
| Click this button to have a new line added to the list. Then click the Browse button and in the dialog box that opens choose the file or folder to skip connections to. |
| Click this button to have the selected item removed from the list. |
Last modified: 28 November 2017