...but if you don't like using your html file as a package resource you can place it in a web app folder and use ContextRelativeResource
Hi,

you can place HTML file next to page class, then use PackageTextTemplate

PackageTextTemplate textTemplate = new PackageTextTemplate(pageClass, "yourHTMLfile.html");

textTemplate.getString() ;
I have a fancy wicket app...
I have a textarea on a page...
I have an HTML file full of text..
I want the HTML content to go in the textarea....
Q1: where exactly in my web app folder hierarchy should I put my source HTML
file ?
Q2: what is the best way to then read the contents of that file into the
model of my textarea component?

TIA




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