You can just attach a Wicket component to the <html> tag, no problem.

WebMarkupContainer html = new WebMarkupContainer("html");
html.add(new AttributeModifier("dir", true, myModel));
add(html);

or in 2.0

WebMarkupContainer html = new WebMarkupContainer(this, "html");
html.add(new AttributeModifier("dir", true, myModel));

and then

<html wicket:id="html">

Eelco



On 8/27/06, ali <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi everyone.
>
> i want set "dir" on tag html of page ?
>
> it's seem that "AttributeModifier" or "onComponentTagBody" only work on
> components has a related tag . page component is root Wicket know it
> relate to html but i know how set ?
>
> very thanks for best your java web framework.
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