In a question I asked a few years ago, I learned that "viser à [infinitive]" is a fixed expression that means "to aim to do something". The WordReference page for viser, at the time, did not have an entry for this expression, but now it does.
I then wondered if such an entry for "viser à [infinitive]" was omitted from WordReference because it should be obvious to us that "viser" could be used in an expression that meant "to aim to do something", and that à would be used in this expression. I (vaguely) remember being told elsewhere, though, that even if we knew that viser could be used in an expression with this meaning, that a good dictionary should tell us if à or de is used, because there is no rule that can reliably tell us whether à or de should be used.
So, when I look at the Wiktionnaire page for viser, I'm expecting to find information stating that "viser à [faire qqch]" is an expression. But, I can't seem to figure out where it says that information. Is there a different page I have to look on Wiktionnaire to find out this information?