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DocBook 5: The Definitive Guide by Richard L. Hamilton, Norman Walsh

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Name

seeie — A See entry in an index, rather than in the text

Synopsis

seeie ::= (text | Bibliography inlines | Error inlines | Graphic inlines | GUI inlines | Indexing inlines | Keyboard inlines | Linking inlines | Markup inlines | Math inlines | Object-oriented programming inlines | Operating system inlines | Product inlines | Programming inlines | Publishing inlines | Technical inlines | Ubiquitous inlines)*

Attribute synopsis

Common attributes.

Description

A seeie identifies a See cross-reference in an indexentry. The indexentrys occur in an index, not in the flow of the text. They are part of a formatted index, not markers for indexing.

Processing expectations

Formatted as a displayed block. The indexentrys that include a seeie should be formatted normally, with the See also indented below the term. There should be no other entries for this term.

The seeie is usually expected to generate the text See.

The linkend attribute should point to the referenced indexentrys, which should be in the same index. Online systems may use the link information to form a hypertext link.

See Also

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

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