Let us suppose that we want to add padding on one side (either top/bottom or left/right) of a particular widget. We can achieve this in Tkinter by using its pack() and grid() methods.
In pack() method, we have to define the value for “padx” and “pady”. On the other hand, the grid method requires only two tuples, i.e., x and y for adding padding around either of X-axis or Y-axis.
#import the required library from tkinter import * #Create an instance of window or frame win= Tk() win.geometry("700x400") #Create two buttons #Add padding in x and y axis b1= Button(win, text= "Button1", font=('Poppins bold', 15)) b1.pack(padx=10) b2= Button(win, text= "Button2", font=('Poppins bold', 15)) b2.pack(pady=50) b3= Button(win, text= "Button3", font= ('Poppins bold', 15)) b3.pack(padx=50, pady=50) #Keep running the window win.mainloop()
Running the above code will create a window containing three buttons that will have some padding around either of X, Y, or both axes.