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ItemsPresenter.Padding property

Applies to Windows and Windows Phone

Gets or sets the distance between the ItemsPresenter and its child objects.


public Thickness Padding { get; set; }

<ItemsPresenter Padding="uniform"/>
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<ItemsPresenter Padding="left&right,top&bottom"/>
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<ItemsPresenter Padding="left,top,right,bottom"/>

XAML Values


A value measured by pixels that specifies a uniform Thickness. The uniform value is applied to all four Thickness values (Left, Top, Right, Bottom).


A value measured by pixels that specifies the Left and Right values of a symmetrical Thickness.


A value measured by pixels that specifies the Top and Bottom values of a symmetrical Thickness.


Values measured by pixels that specify the four possible dimension values of a Thickness structure (Left, Top, Right, Bottom). In the XAML syntaxes shown, you can use a space rather than a comma as the delimiter between values.

Property value

Type: Thickness

The dimensions of the space between the presenter and its children as a Thickness value. Thickness is a structure that stores dimension values using pixel measures.


A Padding value applies to presentation rendering of each presented item and also to the header (if one is specified).

A related property is Margin (a property of FrameworkElement). For ItemsPresenter , margin and padding would typically blend together with the division between them not being apparent in the rendering. So it's typical to specify a Margin or a Padding, but not both. For more info about the relationship between margin and padding, see Alignment, margin, and padding for UI element layout or Quickstart: Defining layouts.


Minimum supported client

Windows 8

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2012

Minimum supported phone

Windows Phone 8.1 [Windows Runtime apps only]


Windows::UI::Xaml::Controls [C++]



See also

Alignment, margin, and padding for UI element layout
Adding ListView and GridView controls



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