Martin, do you mean something like ??

/
<div wicket:id="contentFragment1"/>
<wicket:child>
<wicket:fragment wicket:id="orderFragment1">    
    
    <fieldset>
  ...
    </fieldset>
</wicket:fragment>
</wicket:child>
/

Doesn't work!

But normally I don't need a child tag due I don't include markup from a
subclass

My fragment class is extended from an AbstractFragment class which extends
Fragment
I' m using just one markup file.

Ralph

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