Support and assistance
Access online documentation from the IDE
The most important source of information about WebStorm is this online help. To access it from WebStorm, do one of the following:
Click in a dialog or a tool window.
Access documentation offline
If you don't have internet access to view the online help, you can use the WebStorm Help plugin, which serves the help pages via the built-in web server for offline use.
If you can't find the information you need in the online help, you can contact the JetBrains support team.
Browse the WebStorm Knowledge Base.
Go toto create a direct request for the support team.
If you encounter a bug or would like to suggest a new feature, use the WebStorm issue tracker.
Before submitting, it is a good idea to search the issue tracker for similar reports and feature requests to avoid duplicates. If you find a similar ticket, you can add a comment to it or vote for it to bring more attention of the development team.
If you need to attach the WebStorm log file, locate it using the relevant Help menu item:
(for Windows and Linux)
You can use the feedback form to tell us what you like or don't like about JetBrains products.
There are several ways to learn more about WebStorm:
Tips of the day show up every time you start WebStorm and provide useful hints. To suppress them, you can select the Don't show tips on startup checkbox.
To open the Tip of the Day dialog, select from the main menu.
The Productivity Guide displays a list of useful features with statistics and tips.
To open it, selectfrom the main menu.
To discover new features, sort the list by group and note rarely used features in the same group as the ones you use more frequently. Click the feature to see its usage description.
The Learning plugin for WebStorm helps you learn the most common and useful WebStorm actions. A sequence of lessons will interactively guide you through the shortcuts with real-world examples.