MaestroThe UI design product. | Form Builder | All versions This feature is related to all versions.
Maestro comes with the Fieldset component, which is a container component, allowing you to group several fields together. This is especially useful when fields are not stand-alone and only make sense in the context of a group. For example, you should use the Fieldset component to group a credit card details, such as a name of a card holder, credit card number and expiry date, or multiple checkbox components, such as contact preferences.
Some components, for example, the Address, Date of Birth Dropdown, and Time, already have their fields grouped according to required functionality, so there is no need to place them into a Fieldset. If you do so, you only create some confusion about the hierarchy of the components. This also may prevent some assistive technologiesAssistive Technology is an umbrella term that includes assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities while also including the process used in selecting, locating, and using them., such as screen-readers, to correctly interpret the content of the form.
The Field is not just for aesthetic purposes, but also helps users with assistive technologies to navigate through the form.
We recommend using this component to increase the accessibility of a form.
The following properties are available to the Fieldset component:
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