Transition type for a request. Made up of one source value and 0 or more qualifiers.
CefSharp (in CefSharp.dll) Version: 184.108.40.206 (220.127.116.11)
public enum TransitionType
public enum class TransitionType
also the default value for requests like sub-resource loads that are not navigations.
Source is some other "explicit" navigation. This is the default value for
navigations where the actual type is unknown. See also DirectLoad.
Source is a subframe navigation. This is any content that is automatically
loaded in a non-toplevel frame. For example, if a page consists of several
frames containing ads, those ad URLs will have this transition type.
The user may not even realize the content in these pages is a separate
frame, so may not care about the URL.
Source is a subframe navigation explicitly requested by the user that will
generate new navigation entries in the back/forward list. These are
probably more important than frames that were automatically loaded in
the background because the user probably cares about the fact that this
link was loaded.
Source is a form submission by the user. NOTE: In some situations
submitting a form does not result in this transition type. This can happen
if the form uses a script to submit the contents.
Source is a "reload" of the page via the Reload function or by re-visiting
the same URL. NOTE: This is distinct from the concept of whether a
particular load uses "reload semantics" (i.e. bypasses cached data).
General mask defining the bits used for the source values.
Attempted to visit a URL but was blocked.
Used the Forward or Back function to navigate among browsing history.
Will be ORed to the transition type for the original load.
Loaded a URL directly via CreateBrowser, LoadURL or LoadRequest.
The beginning of a navigation chain.
The last transition in a redirect chain.
Redirects sent from the server by HTTP headers.
Used to test whether a transition involves a redirect.
General mask defining the bits used for the qualifiers.