Eyal, This is not to do with Wickets resource loading. Its got to do with how you set up your build mechanism, and in particular, which files, from which folders you tell it to include in the creation of the "target" (folders or archives).
In other words, you need to tell Maven or Ant or your IDE etc, which folders are "source" folders (and maybe even which files.types of fıles in them) so it knows you need these packaged up ready for deployment/use at runtime. If you are using Maven, see how the LegUp  POMs specify this. Or, in Eclipse, mark the relevant folders as "source folders" (right-click on the folder and you'll see the context-menu option for this). Make sense? Regards - Cemal jWeekend OO & Java Technologies, Wicket Consulting, Development, Training http://jWeekend.com  http://jweekend.co.uk/dev/LegUp On 15 April 2010 22:11, Eyal Golan <egola...@gmail.com> wrote: > hi, > thanks. > I know this, but my question was different. > I saw in some projects that the JS and CSS files are in the same hierarchy > as the class that is used for their scope, but the main folder is different. > > Example: > I have a Java class: com.myCompany.ResourceScope.java > it is located under src. > I have a file called MyCss.css, which is located under com.myCompany > but it is located under resources folder. > both src and resources are under the same project. > > in the projects I saw, you can call for this resource reference with the > ResourceScope class. > > I tried to do the same without success. > > Any thoughts? > > > Eyal Golan > egola...@gmail.com > > Visit: http://jvdrums.sourceforge.net/ > LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/egolan74 > > P Save a tree. Please don't print this e-mail unless it's really necessary > > > On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 4:46 PM, Sigmar Muuga <meedi...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> You can define packages and put all CSS / JS files into them. Note that >> there must be some class also along with them, it may be an empty class. >> >> Then you can reference these resources using that class declaration. >> >> Note that if your css uses images, then you have to put correct paths into >> that css. >> >> Sigmar >> >> On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Eyal Golan <egola...@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> > Hello to you all, >> > it's been a very long time since I wrote here. >> > I have a question regarding folder locations. >> > I am working with WiQuery and it is unbelievable great. >> > Also the support there (thanks indiana ;) ) >> > >> > In WiQuery there are 'themes' and the location of the CSS and images is >> in >> > a >> > separate folder called 'resources' , which has the same structure as of >> the >> > Java classes themselves. >> > I wanted to do the same in my project without success. >> > >> > Should I configure something other than just put the same hierarchy? >> > >> > thanks for the help. >> > >> > My question is >> > Eyal Golan >> > egola...@gmail.com >> > >> > Visit: http://jvdrums.sourceforge.net/ >> > LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/egolan74 >> > >> > P Save a tree. Please don't print this e-mail unless it's really >> necessary >> > >> > --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@wicket.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: users-h...@wicket.apache.org