Other heading: Creates a subheading within a topic.
Headings may occur anywhere within the text of a topic. The <otherhead> element does not appear in the list of help topics displayed in the topic tree.
The <\otherhead> end tag is not required.
Here is an example in which <otherhead> elements identify two subsections within an <s1> topic:
<s1>Integration Tasks There are two main tasks required to integrate your application. <otherhead> Editing Configuration Files Configuration files identify the colors, icons, and actions used by an application. <otherhead> Archiving Configuration Files . . .
This markup produces: