Re: set favicon.ico dynamically in wicket 6

2012-11-25 Thread Rob Schroeder
Hi Tim,

I ran into the same question a couple of days ago, and in what maybe 
constitutes overkill for a simpler solution I didn't see, I looked at 
CssResourceReference and reused as much of the code as seemed to be 
necessary to make a FaviconResourceReference: 

https://docs.google.com/uc?export=downloadid=0B3dKFXxMXAj1dWpCVUJqYzNJYUk

With it, you can put your favicon.ico where you said you would, create a

  FaviconResourceReference feedReaderFavicon = new FaviconResourceReference
  (FeedReader.class, resources/favicon.ico);

and add

  response.render(FaviconReferenceHeaderItem.forReference(feedReaderFavicon));

to your page's (overridden) renderHead method, just as you would with a 
page-specific CSS resource.

Cheers,
Robert


On Sat, 24 Nov 2012 21:36:14 +0100, Tim Van Meerbeeck wrote:

 Hi
 
 I got a question about wicket 6 and adding a favicon.ico:
 
 I am trying to use a StringHeaderItem but I want the favicon.ico to be in
 the resources folder (normal page:
 http://localhost/whatever/page?0standard wicket resource directory:
 http://localhost/whatever/resources/*). I think I should use a
 ContextRelativeResource to point to the favico but you can'( point that in
 stringheaderitem.
 
 I am looking at the best way to do this in Wicket 6 and above. for earlier
 versions of wicket I found some things on the net but version 6 changed
 things around and I suppose this will be easy but I can't find it.
 
 Any help is appreciated
 
 Tim Van Meerbeeck
 




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Re: set favicon.ico dynamically in wicket 6

2012-11-25 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi,

Is 'resources' folder next to WEB-INF folder in the file system ?
If YES then all you need to do is:

MyPage.html
html
  head
 link rel=shortcut icon href=resources/favicon.png
type=image/png/


Wicket automatically resolves such relative urls to context relative ones
no matter what is the mount point of your page



On Sat, Nov 24, 2012 at 9:36 PM, Tim Van Meerbeeck tim...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi

 I got a question about wicket 6 and adding a favicon.ico:

 I am trying to use a StringHeaderItem but I want the favicon.ico to be in
 the resources folder (normal page:
 http://localhost/whatever/page?0standard wicket resource directory:
 http://localhost/whatever/resources/*). I think I should use a
 ContextRelativeResource to point to the favico but you can'( point that in
 stringheaderitem.

 I am looking at the best way to do this in Wicket 6 and above. for earlier
 versions of wicket I found some things on the net but version 6 changed
 things around and I suppose this will be easy but I can't find it.

 Any help is appreciated

 Tim Van Meerbeeck




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Re: set favicon.ico dynamically in wicket 6

2012-11-25 Thread Tim Van Meerbeeck
Rob,

This is a solution if you want to achieve this! I was just looking into the
possibility because this is a pretty rare scenario. The favico was designed
to have a bookmark to a site and have an icon in your favorites so you can
quickly find the right bookmark. So the scenario to load this dynamically
(for example for every different bookmarkable page in a wicket application,
a different favico) is not so common.

Though I had expected to find something in the standard wicket but yeah the
scenario is quite uncommon. And with overriding this was implemented by you.


Kind regards,

Tim Van Meerbeeck


2012/11/25 Rob Schroeder schrdrr...@gmail.com

 Hi Tim,

 I ran into the same question a couple of days ago, and in what maybe
 constitutes overkill for a simpler solution I didn't see, I looked at
 CssResourceReference and reused as much of the code as seemed to be
 necessary to make a FaviconResourceReference:

 https://docs.google.com/uc?export=downloadid=0B3dKFXxMXAj1dWpCVUJqYzNJYUk

 With it, you can put your favicon.ico where you said you would, create a

   FaviconResourceReference feedReaderFavicon = new FaviconResourceReference
   (FeedReader.class, resources/favicon.ico);

 and add


 response.render(FaviconReferenceHeaderItem.forReference(feedReaderFavicon));

 to your page's (overridden) renderHead method, just as you would with a
 page-specific CSS resource.

 Cheers,
 Robert


 On Sat, 24 Nov 2012 21:36:14 +0100, Tim Van Meerbeeck wrote:

  Hi
 
  I got a question about wicket 6 and adding a favicon.ico:
 
  I am trying to use a StringHeaderItem but I want the favicon.ico to be in
  the resources folder (normal page:
  http://localhost/whatever/page?0standard wicket resource directory:
  http://localhost/whatever/resources/*). I think I should use a
  ContextRelativeResource to point to the favico but you can'( point that
 in
  stringheaderitem.
 
  I am looking at the best way to do this in Wicket 6 and above. for
 earlier
  versions of wicket I found some things on the net but version 6 changed
  things around and I suppose this will be easy but I can't find it.
 
  Any help is appreciated
 
  Tim Van Meerbeeck
 




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Re: set favicon.ico dynamically in wicket 6

2012-11-25 Thread Martin Grigorov
You can add components which are in the head.

MyPage.html:
html
  head
 link wicket:id=favicon /
  ...
/head
.

MyPage.java:

add(new Favicon(favicon));



Favicon.java:

public class Favicon extends WebComponent {

   public Favicon(String id){
 super(id);
   }

   public void onInitialize()
  {
 super.onInitialize();

 add(AttributeModifier.replace(href, generateHref(getPage(
  }
.
}


On Sun, Nov 25, 2012 at 7:08 PM, Tim Van Meerbeeck tim...@gmail.com wrote:

 Rob,

 This is a solution if you want to achieve this! I was just looking into the
 possibility because this is a pretty rare scenario. The favico was designed
 to have a bookmark to a site and have an icon in your favorites so you can
 quickly find the right bookmark. So the scenario to load this dynamically
 (for example for every different bookmarkable page in a wicket application,
 a different favico) is not so common.

 Though I had expected to find something in the standard wicket but yeah the
 scenario is quite uncommon. And with overriding this was implemented by
 you.


 Kind regards,

 Tim Van Meerbeeck


 2012/11/25 Rob Schroeder schrdrr...@gmail.com

  Hi Tim,
 
  I ran into the same question a couple of days ago, and in what maybe
  constitutes overkill for a simpler solution I didn't see, I looked at
  CssResourceReference and reused as much of the code as seemed to be
  necessary to make a FaviconResourceReference:
 
 
 https://docs.google.com/uc?export=downloadid=0B3dKFXxMXAj1dWpCVUJqYzNJYUk
 
  With it, you can put your favicon.ico where you said you would, create a
 
FaviconResourceReference feedReaderFavicon = new
 FaviconResourceReference
(FeedReader.class, resources/favicon.ico);
 
  and add
 
 
 
 response.render(FaviconReferenceHeaderItem.forReference(feedReaderFavicon));
 
  to your page's (overridden) renderHead method, just as you would with a
  page-specific CSS resource.
 
  Cheers,
  Robert
 
 
  On Sat, 24 Nov 2012 21:36:14 +0100, Tim Van Meerbeeck wrote:
 
   Hi
  
   I got a question about wicket 6 and adding a favicon.ico:
  
   I am trying to use a StringHeaderItem but I want the favicon.ico to be
 in
   the resources folder (normal page:
   http://localhost/whatever/page?0standard wicket resource directory:
   http://localhost/whatever/resources/*). I think I should use a
   ContextRelativeResource to point to the favico but you can'( point that
  in
   stringheaderitem.
  
   I am looking at the best way to do this in Wicket 6 and above. for
  earlier
   versions of wicket I found some things on the net but version 6 changed
   things around and I suppose this will be easy but I can't find it.
  
   Any help is appreciated
  
   Tim Van Meerbeeck
  
 
 
 
 
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