2.2.3.10 LinkType Types

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LinkType types is a 1-byte value represented as a single, uppercase ASCII character; it specifies type information about a link. A LinkType type MUST have only one value at a time. A NULL value for LinkType is used for a backward link. The only valid non-NULL values of a LinkType are specified as follows.

Value

Description

A

The link is from the ACTION attribute of an HTML form tag.

B

The link is from the attribute markup of a bot.

C

The link is from an autogenerated table of contents. Agents can ignore the link type when determining unreferenced files within a site.

D

The link references programmatic content, as in the HTML OBJECT or APPLET tags.

E

The link is from a cascading style sheet (CSS).

F

The link is from the SRC attribute of an HTML FRAME tag.

G

The link is to a dynamic web template for the containing document.

H

The link is from an HTML HREF attribute. This can also be used as a default link type value if a more precise type does not apply.

I

The link is to a document that the containing document includes via an include bot.

J

The link is from a field of this list item.

K

Identical to "H", except that the link contains an HTML bookmark specifier.

L

The link is a target in an HTML image map generated from an image map bot.

M

The link is to an image used in an HTML image map generated from an image map bot.

O

The link is part of a cross-page Web Part connection.

P

The link is part of the markup of a Web Part within the source of the containing document.

Q

The link references a CSS document that provides style information for the containing document.

R

The link is from the MasterPageFile attribute of the @Page directive in the containing document.

S

The link is from an HTML SRC attribute.

T

The link is to the index file used by a text search bot on this page.

V

The link is based on the properties of the document rather than anything in the document stream. The link type is used in tracking the link between a site and the master page URL used for the site.

X

The link is from an XML island within an HTML document.

Y

The link references an HTML document whose HTML BODY tag attributes are used as a template for the attributes of the containing document's BODY tag.

Z

The link is part of the markup of a Web Part that exists in a Web Part zone in the containing document and is consequently not stored within the source of the containing document.

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