Python Tkinter | Create LabelFrame and add widgets to it

Tkinter is a Python module which is used to create GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications. It is a widely used module which comes along with the Python. It consists of various types of widgets which can be used to make GUI more user-friendly and attractive as well as functionality can be increased.

LabelFrame can be created as follows:

-> import tkinter
-> create root
-> create LabelFrame as child of root
label_frame = ttk.LabelFrame(parent, value = options, ...)

Code #1: Creating LabelFrame and adding a message to it.

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# Import only those methods
# which are mentioned below, this way of
# importing methods is efficient
from tkinter import Tk, mainloop, LEFT, TOP
from tkinter.ttk import *
  
# Creating tkinter window with fixed geometry
root = Tk()
root.geometry('250x150')
  
# This will create a LabelFrame
label_frame = LabelFrame(root, text = 'This is Label Frame')
label_frame.pack(expand = 'yes', fill = 'both')
  
label1 = Label(label_frame, text = '1. This is a Label.')
label1.place(x = 0, y = 5)
  
label2 = Label(label_frame, text = '2. This is another Label.')
label2.place(x = 0, y = 35)
  
label3 = Label(label_frame,
           text = '3. We can add multiple\n    widgets in it.')
  
label3.place(x = 0, y = 65)
  
# This creates an infinite loop which generally
# waits for any interrupt (like keyboard or
# mouse) to terminate
mainloop()

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Code #2: Adding Button and CheckButton widgets inside LabelFrame.

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# Import only those methods
# which are mentioned below, this way of
# importing methods is efficient
from tkinter import Tk, mainloop, LEFT, TOP
from tkinter.ttk import *
  
# Creating tkinter window with fixed geometry
root = Tk()
root.geometry('250x150')
  
# This will create a LabelFrame
label_frame = LabelFrame(root, text = 'This is Label Frame')
label_frame.pack(expand = 'yes', fill = 'both')
  
# Buttons
btn1 = Button(label_frame, text = 'Button 1')
btn1.place(x = 30, y = 10)
btn2 = Button(label_frame, text = 'Button 2')
btn2.place(x = 130, y = 10)
  
# Checkbuttons
chkbtn1 = Checkbutton(label_frame, text = 'Checkbutton 1')
chkbtn1.place(x = 30, y = 50)
chkbtn2 = Checkbutton(label_frame, text = 'Checkbutton 2')
chkbtn2.place(x = 30, y = 80)
  
# This creates infinite loop which generally
# waits for any interrupt (like keyboard or
# mouse) to terminate
mainloop()

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Note: One can also add another LabelFrame inside another LabelFrame, as well as one can do styling of any LabelFrame like we do the styling of other widgets.



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