The frame widget is a bin 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 set_label_align.
GtkFrame as GtkBuildable
The GtkFrame implementation of the 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.
An example of a UI definition fragment with `GtkFrame`:
<object class="GtkLabel" id="frame-label"/>
<object class="GtkEntry" id="frame-content"/>
ain 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.
├── <label widget>
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 set_shadow_type with gtk_shadow_none to add the “.flat” class or any other shadow type to remove it.