That was fast.  Thanks, Gwyn.

> If this is just the basic application CSS, as opposed to per-component
> CSS, then the way I normally do it is outside Wicket itself, i.e. I
> have the file at "src/webapp/css/styles.css" (src/webapp/*" gets
> copied to the root of the webapp) then just reference it as :
>
> <head>
>    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/styles.css">
> </head>

Yep.  Had it set up that way, just like the examples.

>
> It's not simply that WicketBench isn't copying it into the web-app, is it?
>

That had occurred to me too, but no.

> As for the redirect to the app, what servlet mapping are you using?
> Could that be due to using "/*"?  Personally, I stick to "/app/*",
> with a redirecting index.html in the root, but I'm not sure what the
> current recommendation is! (If /*, try /app/* and see if that sorts
> the CSS too?)
>

Bingo.  Change servlet mapping as suggested above (and by Eelco as I was 
typing my response) and all is well.

Thanks again for the assist.  Much appreciated.


Bill

> /Gwyn
>
> On 05/08/06, Bill Bruyn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>
>>
>> I have an opportunity to use a new framework on a current project, and 
>> I've
>> been trying to decide between Wicket and Stripes.  Both look really nice,
>> but at the moment I'm leaning toward Wicket.  Got a skeleton project set 
>> up
>> with 1.2.1 (via Wicket Bench 0.3.0) and am running it with a 
>> JettyLauncher
>> from Eclipse.  So far, so good, but my wicket page markup (e.g.,
>> SomePage.html) doesn't find my css.
>>
>> I've tried it at the root of my webapp and in the same directory as the
>> markup (looks like from the examples I should just be able to drop it on 
>> the
>> root).  I've tried adding a resource to the class via
>> super.getResourceSettings().addResourceFolder (though I shouldn't need 
>> that,
>> right?) and nothing seems to work.  I'm sure this is trivial, and it's a 
>> bit
>> of a disappointment that I've already had to ask for help, but I've done
>> some googling, and some browsing of the Wiki and the FAQ to no avail.
>>
>> BTW, I should also mention that when I request non-existent resources 
>> from
>> the app (e.g., foo.html) I am always redirected to the app's homepage
>> instead of getting a 404.  Is that the desired behavior?  Is it
>> configurable?
>>
>>
>> Thanks very much in advance,
>>
>> Bill
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