The website I am building has frames like this:


I also built in authentication and authorization in it. In the previous
version of it, you got on a page, in which you were to subscribe to get
access (authentication) to the website. 

The person for which I am building the website does not want to have that
anymore. He wants that you should get on the site with frames immediately.
In the left an menu item 'Sign In' must be there. When you subscribe to it,
then other pages will be enabled that can be accessed. 

Now I have a problem.

When you have authentication on a Wicket website, a visitor cannot visit any
page of the page, if he is nog enrolled. Now, I have to build the site in
that way that a visitor without authentication can acces 'public' pages, but
not protected pages. So, in other words: When a person is not enrolled with
authentication, it must be possible for that person to enroll. When he signs
in, more page links in the menu will appear that he could not visit before,
because he was not authenticated to it. 

How do I have to solve this problem? I know I have to use authorization
here. But how do I have to tell Wicket which pages a visitor without
authentication is allowed to visit and which pages not.

Thanks for your help in advance!

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