the best way, imho, to do the collapsable panels is to use borders in combination with setborderbodyvisible(). that way you can wrap any component or components into this collapsable border and not be limited to only wrapping a panel. the border will contain a header panel that will toggle the visibility of the body - and if you use ajaxfallbacklink for that it will work via ajax when available and fallback to regular page render when not.

-Igor


On 8/17/06, Nick Heudecker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
This might help:

http://www.wicket-wiki.org.uk/wiki/index.php/Forms_with_dynamic_elements

As far as expandable panels, that's easily accomplished with Wicket's AJAX support.  Email me if you need more help with it. 



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