Working with WPF Frame using C# and XAML

The WPF Frame control using XAML and C# supports content navigation within content. A Frame can be hosted within a Window, NavigationWindow, Page, UserControl, or a FlowDocument control.
WPf Frame 

How to create a Frame in WPF

This XAML code shows how to create a Frame control and sets its Source property to load a XAML page within it.
  1. <Window x:Class="FrameSample.Window1"  
  2.     xmlns=""  
  3.     xmlns:x=""  
  4.     Title="Window1" Height="300" Width="300">  
  5.     <Grid>          
  6.         <TextBlock>Outside area of frame</TextBlock>  
  7.         <Frame Source="Page1.xaml">              
  8.         </Frame>  
  9.     </Grid>  
  10. </Window>  
The Window looks like this. The Purple area is the Page1.xaml and the White area is outside of the frame.

Now you can manage the contents of a frame the way you want.

For example, the following code rotates the contents of the frame to a 45 degree angle.
  1. <Frame Source="Page1.xaml">  
  2.     <Frame.LayoutTransform>  
  3.         <RotateTransform Angle="45" />  
  4.     </Frame.LayoutTransform>  
  5. </Frame>  
The new output looks like this.

How to Navigate to a URI in a WPF Frame

The following code creates a Frame within a window and adds a button control to the window. On the button click event handler we will navigate to a URI using a Frame.
  1. <Window x:Class="FrameSample.Window1"  
  2.     xmlns=""  
  3.     xmlns:x=""  
  4.     Title="Window1" Height="300" Width="300">  
  5.     <Grid>  
  6.         <TextBlock>Outside area of frame</TextBlock>  
  7.         <Frame Name="FrameWithinGrid" >  
  8.         </Frame>  
  9.         <Button Height="23" Margin="114,12,25,0"   
  10.                 Name="button1" VerticalAlignment="Top" Click="button1_Click">Navigate to C# Corner  
  11.         </Button>  
  12.     </Grid>  
  13. </Window>  
The Navigate method of Frame is used to navigate to a URI. The following code navigates to Page1.xaml.
  1. private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)  
  2. {  
  3.     FrameWithinGrid.Navigate(new System.Uri("Page1.xaml",  
  4.              UriKind.RelativeOrAbsolute));  
  5. }  
The following code navigates to an external website URL and opens the ASPX page within a Frame.
  1. FrameWithinGrid.Source = new Uri("", UriKind.Absolute);  
If you need to open a URI in a new browser window, the following code will do that. This code first creates a NavigationWindow and then sets its Source to a URI.
  1. NavigationWindow window = new NavigationWindow();  
  2. Uri source = new Uri("", UriKind.Absolute);  
  3. window.Source = source; window.Show();