Standard negation refers to the negative marker that is used for sentential negation in declarative main clauses (i.e. constituent negation, negation in subordinate clauses and in imperatives or questions is disregarded for this feature). We ask where the negative marker is located with respect to the main verb (auxiliaries and copulas are ignored for this feature). It does not matter whether the negative marker is a free word (=particle) or an affix.
(WALS 2013 has a closely related feature, feature 144A, "Position of negative word with respect to subject, object, and verb", by Matthew S. Dryer).