Password Strength Checker jQuery

Password Strength checker is very useful thing for websites that allow user registration and password resets. Because most users want to rush up the process, and usually don’t give much attention to their password strength, which leads to poor security, and passwords that can be cracked easily. So keeping in that mind, lets create a password strength checker using jQuery, which advice users to make their password stronger.

Validating File Size Before Form Submit (HTML5)

Earlier browsers did not support HTML5 File API, so normally people would use flash or Java Applets to validate file format and sizes in HTML upload forms, and most of us preferred to skip the client part letting server handle the problem.

Google Map v3 Editing & Saving Markers in Database – II

In previous article I discussed about loading the Google map on a HTML page, adding-removing the markers and displaying info windows. In this article we are moving to the next step, here we are going to load markers from PHP generated XML file, and we will edit/save marker information into the database, finally creating a total custom map for the website.

Google Map v3 Markers and Infowindow with jQuery – I

I wanted to create my own custom Google map for my other website, so I’ve been playing with Google Map JavaScript API v3 lately. I wanted to add some basic functionality to the map, where I could add/remove markers, as well as save marker with some information in the database. Since most of us use jQuery in our websites, I have also added jQuery support for some events and Ajax requests.