Where to find them
The available textblock tags can be found in the Tagger's taxonomy in the very first folder:
You can also filter these by setting "Data Type" to Textblock as pictured below:
In addition to these, there are 11 more textblock tags and these are specified, and with their location within the Tagger's taxonomy, on the following Amana (developer of the Tagger software) page here.
How to apply them (see also Textblock Tagging with CtrlPrint Frames)
- In the preview tab of the tagger, select the text you want to tag by double click on a part of the text to bring up the blue dots. They should then be clicked and dragged so that the yellow highlighting covers the text that you wish to tag. It is important that the user checks that all the text and values that should be included in the tag are covered by the yellow.
Note: If you experience difficulties selecting your text, you can hold the Shift key when you are dragging the blue dots around. Please be aware that this selection technique is less reliable as it will create a box where the tag resides rather than orientating itself around the text content of the tag making it more sensitive to changes in layout.
Find the tag you want to use in the XBRL Taxonomy explorer, click on it and then drag and drop it to the yellow highlighting.
- Once a textblock tag has been applied, the text and/or table will be highlighted in blue.
When carrying out text block tagging, you can carry out a continuation if text is on other pages. Start by tagging the relevant text on the first page with the relevant textblock tag. On the next page, do the same. You will receive the dialogue below if you have used the same text block tag. Click yes to complete a continuation.
If you reuse the same tag in a second chapter, a continuation will automatically be created when the chapters are merged. The merge is generated when you create an ESEF Report.
For more information
If you have more questions about the tags themselves, ESMA is responsible for these and can be reached at https://www.esma.europa.eu/