ASP.NET - Password Strength Indicator using jQuery and XML
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by Bryian Tan
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Question and Answer

Why the progress bar indicators look different from the one in the demo application?

Make sure that there is a proper DocType declare before the <html> tag. Click here to learn more about it.

Figure 5

 

How to change the TextBox to password mode?

For ASP.NET control, set the TextMode attribute to "Password".

For HTML control, set the type property to "Password".

 

Why I'm getting the error "This type of page is not served." when running the Classic ASP code on the local ASP.NET Development Server?

Deploy the demo application to the IIS Web Application Server.

 

Can I use this plug-in with other programming languages?

Yes.


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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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