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 package elemental.html;
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DOM fieldset elements expose the HTMLFieldSetElement  ( HTML 4 HTMLFieldSetElement) interface, which provides special properties and methods (beyond the regular element object interface they also have available to them by inheritance) for manipulating the layout and presentation of field-set elements.
 public interface FieldSetElement extends Element {

Reflects the disabled HTML attribute, indicating whether the user can interact with the control.
   boolean isDisabled();
   void setDisabled(boolean arg);

The elements belonging to this field set.
The containing form element, if this element is in a form. Otherwise, the element the name content attribute points to HTML5. (null in HTML 4.)
   FormElement getForm();

Reflects the name HTML attribute, containing the name of the field set, used for submitting the form.
   String getName();
   void setName(String arg);

Must be the string fieldset.
   String getType();

A localized message that describes the validation constraints that the element does not satisfy (if any). This is the empty string if the element  is not a candidate for constraint validation (willValidate is false), or it satisfies its constraints.
The validity states that this element is in.
Always false because fieldset objects are never candidates for constraint validation.
   boolean isWillValidate();

Always returns true because fieldset objects are never candidates for constraint validation.
   boolean checkValidity();

Sets a custom validity message for the field set. If this message is not the empty string, then the field set is suffering from a custom validity error, and does not validate.
  void setCustomValidity(String error);
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