ASP.NET - Password Strength Indicator using jQuery and XML
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by Bryian Tan
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Getting Started

Shown below is the content of the sample application. If you want to test the Classic ASP code, deploy the application to your IIS Web Server. The local ASP.NET Development Web Server does not support Classic ASP.

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·         Default.aspx – sample code in ASP.NET c# with MasterPage

·         Default.aspx2 – sample code in ASP.NET c# without MasterPage

·         Password_strength_Indicator.asp – sample code in Classic ASP

·         jQuery_Password_Strength_Indicator.htm – sample code in HTML

·         PasswordPolicy.xml – contains password policy information

·         Password.xslt – to transform PasswordPoclicy.xml file into HTML format

·         jQuery.password-strength.js –this is the  plug-in I have created

·         Download latest jQuery library from here


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Title: Download and demo links   
Name: Bryian Tan
Date: 2011-02-01 7:37:32 PM
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Hello,

I forgot to include the correct link to the download and demo in the original post. Here is the link.

Watch this script in action
http://download.ysatech.com/ASP-NET-jQuery-Password-Strength
Download Sample
http://download.ysatech.com/ASP-NET-jQuery-Password-Strength/Password_Strength_Indicator.zip






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