You can disable all those tags by adding

configure(DEPLOYMENT)

to your Application#init()

- Frank


On 8/15/06, Alex Objelean < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I was wondering if wouldn't it be better if the rendered page would not
contain wicket tags and wicket:id attribute?
The root problem is that validating the generated HTML returns errors,
starting with:
<there is no attribute "xmlns:wicket">.

Does it make sense? Thank you!
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