seealso

seealso — Part of an index term directing the reader also to another entry in the index.

Synopsis

seealso ::= [-]

Attributes

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

Additional attributes:

  • class (enumeration)
    • “normal”
    • “under”

Description

The use of seealso in an indexterm indicates that the reader should be directed elsewhere in the index for additional information.

The content of seealso identifies another term in the index that the reader should consult in addition to the current term.

Processing expectations

Suppressed. This element provides data for processing but is not rendered in the primary flow of text.

Attributes

Common attributes and common linking attributes.

class

Identifies the class of 'seealso'

Enumerated values:
“normal”

Normal

“under”

See 'under'

Parents

These elements contain seealso: indexterm (db.indexterm.singular), indexterm (db.indexterm.startofrange).

Children

The following elements occur in seealso: text, abbrev, acronym, alt, anchor, author, biblioref, citation, citebiblioid, citetitle, coref, date, editor, email, emphasis (db._emphasis), emphasis (db.emphasis), firstterm (db._firstterm), firstterm (db.firstterm), footnote, footnoteref, foreignphrase (db._foreignphrase), foreignphrase (db.foreignphrase), glossterm (db._glossterm), glossterm (db.glossterm), indexterm (db.indexterm.endofrange), indexterm (db.indexterm.singular), indexterm (db.indexterm.startofrange), inlineequation, inlinemediaobject, jobtitle, link, literal, olink, optional, org, orgname, person, personname, phrase (db._phrase), phrase (db.phrase), productname, productnumber, quote (db._quote), quote (db.quote), remark, subscript, superscript, termdef, trademark, uri, wordasword, xref.

See Also

indexentry, indexterm, primary, primaryie, secondary, secondaryie, see, seealsoie, seeie, tertiary, tertiaryie

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