you can use iresponsefilter to strip whatever you want from the generated html.


On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 3:11 PM, Randy S. <> 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 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 space of the
> app, the boundary of the iframe prevents such UI elements from going outside
> the iframe.
> Naturally, apps running in such a way would have constraints because they're
> sharing the DOM, JS and CSS with other apps (e.g., like a portal page). But
> it would add flexibility to Wicket.
> -Randy S.
> On Mar 3, 2009 7:49 AM, "S├ębastien Piller" <> wrote:
> We use iframes for that. It works quite well.
> Stefan Lindner wrote: > > Dear wicket users and wizzards! > > Is ist
> possible to use wicket to imp...

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