In SVN commits 3478, 3480, 3482, and 3485, I added a fieldset around the passwordauth fields, and some additional documentation. However, this needs some additional work to work correctly with the registration part of the form, as well as the buttons. It may also need some CSS love, and some means to style multiple formbuilder fieldsets differently. I reverted these four commits to avoid regressions before the 2.0 release; after the release, we should look at it again. --JoshTriplett

FormBuilder forms can be made much more ameanable to styling by passing these parameters:

name => "signin",
template => {type => 'div'},

This results in a form that uses div instead of a table for layout, and adds separate id attributes to every form element, including the fieldsets, so that different forms can be styled separately. The only downside is that it doesn't allow creating a custom template for the form, but a) nobody has done that and b) stylesheets are much easier probably. So I think this is the way to go, we just have to get stylin'. :-)

.fb_submit {
    float: left;
    margin: 2px 0;
#signin_openid_url_label {
    float: left;
    margin-right: 1ex;
#signin_openid {
        padding: 10px 10px;
        border: 1px solid #aaa;
        background: #eee; 
        color: black !important;

That looks pretty good.. putting the passwordauth part in a box of its own with the submit buttons I don't know how to do.

I'm happy enough with what we have now though, with the above improvements. Hope you are too, as I'm calling this done..