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WebStyler: The <see> tag

If you would like to specify additional ``See also'' navigational links, use one or more <see> tags within the <head>...</head> section of your source file (see `What is a `see also link'?').

The format of this tag is:

    <see id="pagename">
where the pagename is the short reference of the page you want to point to. You can also clear the list of see-also topics with a tag of the form:
    <see none>
This tag clears out the list of see-also topics, including the default link to the parent topic. Additional <see id="..."> tags can be included after the <see none>, and these will have the effect of adding see-also topics as usual.

Example:

    <see none>
    <see id="unix/rm">
    <see id="mumble">
The first line clears out the default see-also link to the parent. The second line adds a see-also link to file rm.html in the directory whose short name is unix. The third line adds a see-also link to file mumble.html in the same directory as the file containing the <see> tag.
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John Shipman, john@nmt.edu

Last updated: 1996/09/29 19:42:14
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