A Frame is a layer that can contain other layers. Frames can have child layers and can optionally manage the position of those layers using a stack layout.
To create a Frame layer, click the Frame tool in the Toolbar or press F, then click and drag to draw the Frame.
You can also create a Frame around any selected layer(s) by right clicking and selecting Add Frame, or by pressing
⌘ + Enter for Mac or
Ctrl + Enter for Windows.
You can automatically position a Frame's child layers by enabling its stack layout. In Framer, the capitalized word Stack refers to a Frame with its stack layout enabled.
To enable the stack layout for a selected Frame, click on the Stack heading in the Properties Panel. Click this heading again to disable the stack layout.
When you enable a Frame's stack layout, any existing child layers will be positioned automatically according to the Frame's Stack properties. When you disable a Frame's stack layout, all of the Frame's child layers will remain in their stacked positions.
Stack refers to a Frame with its stack layout enabled
To learn more about the stack layout, see our Stack article.