This multiple argument marks given IDs as being children of the current page.
The effect is the same as adding the \x child argument argument to an under the header. Notably, such marked target IDs will show up on the tagged autogenerated header metadata section.
Example:
= Animal

== Mammal

=== Bat

=== Cat

== Wasp

== Flying animal
{child=bat}
{child=wasp}

\x[bat]

\x[wasp]
renders exactly as:
= Animal

== Mammal

=== Bat

=== Cat

== Wasp

== Flying animal

\x[bat]{child}

\x[wasp]{child}
The header child syntax is generally preferred because at some point while editing the content of the header, you might accidentally remove mentions to e.g. \x[bat]{child}, and then the relationship would be lost.
The \H tag argument does the same as the \x child argument but in the opposite direction.

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