In addition to the examples, I think it would be nice to apply a pleasant CSS
skin to the Wicket quickstart archetype. Instead of an un-styled
"QuickStart" message, how about a nicely formatted short intro with links to
tutorials, reference documentation, etc.?

As an example, I like the "it worked!" welcome page that Django provides:

nino martinez wael wrote:
> Hi
> Someone mentioned that we could have a better look & feel for wicket,
> since
> there are no designers in the core team. I proposed a contest, to make the
> coolest slickest css for wicket. So please feel free to apply.
> Requirements:
> your css should be compatible with the basic browsers, Firefox , IE ,
> Safari
> etc. And retain heavy use of embedded js. And it should be a drop on,
> using
> existing id's & hierachy for design.
> Practical info:
> The contest ends in 2 months April 2nd.
> Get the wicket examples here:
> If you need it you can put your css in svn at wicketstuff, write to this
> list for details on howto get commit rights, you should add your css to
> sandbox and sf user name (
> ).
> Yes as with all contest there is a prize, you can win the wicket t-shir
> along with the honor if your css are the winner. This
> or this
> depending on your age :)
> Just reply to this thread to enter the contest.
> Regards Nino on behalf of the Wicket People

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