All you need is to wrap it in <wicket:link><img src="img/logo.png"/></wicket:link> This way Wicket will search for img/logo.png in the same folder where the current .html is.
On Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 2:52 PM, Boris Goldowsky <bgoldow...@cast.org>wrote: > Hi all - > > Trying to upgrade a number of wicket applications from 1.4 to wicket 1.5, > and then once that's working, to 6.x. > > One thing we want to handle is having any reference in the markup such as > <img src="img/logo.png"/> be able to find that image in a filesystem > directory known to the application. There are also js and css > directories. These are not inside WEB-INF, not in the classpath or > anything like that, just out in the server's filesystem. > > In Wicket 1.4 we handled this as follows: > Add the parent directory of img, js, and css to > getResourceSettings().addResourceFolder(...) > Define a subclass of URIRequestTargetUrlCodingStrategy whose decode() > method did this: > return new ResourceStreamRequestTarget(new > PackageResourceStream(Application.class, "/" + getMountPath() + "/" + path)) > and set some caching headers. > Mount this URIRequestTargetUrlCodingStrategy on the "img" path, the "js" > path, and the "css" path. > > > I am not sure how to accompish this in 1.5 or 6.x. Can someone help me > either translate the above strategy, or point out how to use the new > request-mapping setup to make it simpler and clearer? > > BTW I did study > http://wicketinaction.com/2011/07/wicket-1-5-mounting-resources/ , but > that is for dynamic images. Great for database images, but it does not > take advantage of wicket's understanding of files - their modification > dates, caching strategies, determining their mime types, etc. I feel like > what I want is a superclass of PackageResource that understands files but > does not make the "package" assumption - but there is no such superclass. > > Bng > > > --------------------------------------------------------------------- > To unsubscribe, e-mail: users-unsubscr...@wicket.apache.org > For additional commands, e-mail: users-h...@wicket.apache.org > > -- Martin Grigorov jWeekend Training, Consulting, Development http://jWeekend.com <http://jweekend.com/>