> <option value="0">Day</option>
> <option value="1">Week </option>
> <option value="2">Fortnight</option>
> <option value="3">Month</option>
> <option value="4">Year</option>

If you really want to hardcode the options in the HTML like that, remember not 
to use DropDownChoice which will replace the markup, but make your own 
FormComponent subclass that preserves the entire markup. In this case, you 
could try

<option value="0"><wicket:message key="period.1">Day</wicket:message></option>

But the DropDownChoice + ChoiceRenderer is a better option, even if the option 
list is "static". In that case you just call getString("period."+idvalue) in 

- Tor Iver

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