In some of the documentation it is mentioned that wicket:head is not
supposed to be used in pages
However, if I use markup inheritance for all my pages, then the base
markup will contain a head section. This head section could be
insufficient since I might need some special css or javascript for some
pages. To do this, using wicket:head in those pages to include the extra
content (e.g. style sheets or javascript) solves the problem. Therefore,
I think wicket:head in pages is still useful. Is this a good use of
wicket:head or should I use some other means to add specific content to
the head section for some pages?


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