The <indexlist> element indicates to the processing software that the author wants an index at the particular location. If no @href attribute is specified on the <indexlist> element, an external processor might generate an index at this location. If the @href attribute references a topic or map, that topic or map contains a manually created index.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
- map/topicref bookmap/indexlist
See the example in <bookmap>.
The following attributes are available on this element: Universal attribute group, Link relationship attribute group (with a narrowed definition of @href, given below), Attributes common to many map elements, @navtitle and @copy-to from Topicref element attributes group, @outputclass, and @keyref.
- References a manual listing for the current
element. See The @href attribute for detailed information on supported values
and processing implications. If no
@href is specified, processors can choose to generate
an appropriate listing for this element. All of
the book listings operate in a similar manner; for
<toc href="toc.dita"/>references a topic which contains a manual table of contents, while
<toc/>indicates that a processor should generate the table of contents.