gtk-bin, gtk-container, gtk-widget, g-initially-unowned, gtk-buildable, g-object, common-lisp:standard-object, common-lisp:t
The frame widget is a gtk-bin widget that surrounds its child with a decorative frame and an optional label.
If present, the label is drawn in a gap in the top side of the frame. The position of the label can be controlled with the gtk-frame-set-label-align function.
The gtk-frame implementation of the gtk-buildable interface supports placing a child in the label position by specifying "label" as the type attribute of a <child> element. A normal content child can be specified without specifying a <child> type attribute.
GtkFrame as GtkBuildable
Example: A UI definition fragment with gtk-frame
<object class="GtkFrame"> <child type="label"> <object class="GtkLabel" id="frame-label"/> </child> <child> <object class="GtkEntry" id="frame-content"/> </child> </object>
frame ├── border[.flat] ├── <label widget> ╰── <child>gtk-frame has a main CSS node named frame and a subnode named border. The border node is used to draw the visible border. You can set the appearance of the border using CSS properties like border-style on the border node.
The border node can be given the style class .flat, which is used by themes to disable drawing of the border. To do this from code, call the gtk-frame-shadow-type slot access function with :none to add the .flat class or any other shadow type to remove it.
Slot Access Functions
Inherited Slot Access Functions