Hi,

Yes, this CDATA is there to be able to use > and < with XHTML.
You can construct the templates directly with renderString() method to
avoid the CDATA.

On Fri, Dec 9, 2011 at 3:17 PM, Serban Balamaci <serban.balam...@asf.ro> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Our javascript developer complains that Wicket automatically adds the CDATA
> part whenever it encounters the *script* tag.
> He's trying to embed a template in the html file(not in the head section)
>
>
> and he gets a bunch of CDATA along with the html which will get
> multiplied(we're creating a breadcrumb component)
>
>
> we're using underscore.js and the idea it's based on
> http://ejohn.org/blog/javascript-micro-templating/
>
>
> I've said that the CDATA is there to pass the validation of the html, but he
> says html5 is not xhtml and is much looser with validations.
>
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