Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread S├ębastien Piller
We use iframes for that. It works quite well. Stefan Lindner wrote: Dear wicket users and wizzards! Is ist possible to use wicket to implement partial pages that can be embedded into another page? E.g. to have a normal content management system like Joomla and use wicket top lug it into

Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Randy S.
Hi all. I am evaluating Wicket for our company and also have the same question. There are cases when iframes work just fine (even better), but other cases when an in-DOM solution is needed. For example, if the app needs to display something like a fly-out or simulated pop-up outside the screen

Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Igor Vaynberg
you can use iresponsefilter to strip whatever you want from the generated html. -igor On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 3:11 PM, Randy S. randypo...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all. I am evaluating Wicket for our company and also have the same question. There are cases when iframes work just fine (even

Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Randy S.
Thanks Igor. I guess the trick would be knowing what is safe to filter out without breaking Wicket. I'll look into this filter. On Mar 3, 2009 5:15 PM, Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.com wrote: you can use iresponsefilter to strip whatever you want from the generated html. -igor On Tue, Mar