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ASP.NET - Password Strength Indicator using jQuery and XML

, 31 Jul 2012 CPOL
ASP.NET Password Strength Indicator somewhat similar to AJAX PasswordStrength extender control behavior and implemented by using jQuery and XML.
Password Strength Indicator with jQuery and XML (v01.00.00)
By: Bryian Tan
Email: bryian.tan at ysatech.com

Included in this sample application: 
* Sample code in Classic ASP
* Sample code in ASP.NET c# with and without MasterPage
* Sample code in HTML format
* Password policy xml file
* XSL Transformations file
* If you want to test the Classic ASP sample code, first deploy it to IIS Web Server.

01-12-2011 v01.01.00
    -Set the width of the text container to the width of the meter bar + 40 pixel
-Display missing lower case character correctly.
-Include the source code for the plug-in.

01-17-2011 v01.02.00
- Added useMultipleColors attribute to PasswordPolicy.xml file. 1=Yes, 0=No
- Added new logic in the plug-in to display background color in red if the strength is 
  betwen 0 and 33%. The background color will be blue if the strength is between 33% and 67%.

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Bryian Tan
Software Developer
United States United States
I have over three years of experience working with Microsoft technologies. I have earned my Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certification. I'm a highly motivated self-starter with an aptitude for learning new skills quickly.

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