GObject ╰── WebKitPolicyDecision ├── WebKitNavigationPolicyDecision ╰── WebKitResponsePolicyDecision
Often WebKit allows the client to decide the policy for certain
operations. For instance, a client may want to open a link in a new
tab, block a navigation entirely, query the user or trigger a download
instead of a navigation. In these cases WebKit will fire the
“decide-policy” signal with a WebKitPolicyDecision
object. If the signal handler does nothing, WebKit will act as if
webkit_policy_decision_use() was called as soon as signal handling
completes. To make a policy decision asynchronously, simply increment
the reference count of the WebKitPolicyDecision object.
void webkit_policy_decision_download (
Spawn a download from this decision.
void webkit_policy_decision_ignore (
Ignore the action which triggered this decision. For instance, for a WebKitResponsePolicyDecision, this would cancel the request.
void webkit_policy_decision_use (
Accept the action which triggered this decision.
void webkit_policy_decision_use_with_policies (
Accept the navigation action which triggered this decision, and
affecting all subsequent loads of resources
in the origin associated with the accepted navigation action.
For example, a navigation decision to a video sharing website may
be accepted under the priviso no movies are allowed to autoplay. The
autoplay policy in this case would be set in the