Category: JQuery


The main aim of jQuery Complexify plugin is to measure how complex is the user entered password and show the live feedback in the form of strength bars.

In this tutorial, I am using jQuery UI Progressbar widget to display the password strength according to the user input.

Password Strength checker with jQuery Complexify


You have seen on e-commerce websites for display the details view of a product. The part of the image will zoom according to mouse movement.

You can also implement this on your own website to provide better user experience.

In this tutorial, I am using ZooMove jQuery plugin for zoom functionality. It is easy to implement and customizable.

jQuery - Zoom images on mouse over with ZooMove



Overhang.js is a lightweight jQuery plugin which displays notification, prompt, and confirmation on the screen.

This adds a strip bar at the top of the page when it executes.

It has various options that help us to customize e.g. duration, speed, etc and change the look according to the website theme e.g. change background, accent, and message text color.

It also uses jQuery UI library to display an alert on the screen.

Show Notification,prompt, and confirmation with Overhang.js


To get back the user attention back to your site you can animate the site page title and icon when the user leaves your site or open an another tab.

In this tutorial, I am using two jQuery plugins – iMissYou and mFancyTitle for customization.

I will also show how you can do this with just jQuery.

How to change page title and icon on Page leave with jQuery

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The BttrLazyLoading is a jQuery plugin that load images which are within the viewport. This delays loading of images in long web pages.

It allows defining images for 4 different screen sizes ( mobile, tablet, desktop and large desktop ). It has various options for customization.

Lazy image load with BttrLazyLoading jQuery plugin


The Back to Top button takes the user back to the top of the page.

The button is visible at the bottom when the user starts scrolling the web page and crosses the defined range. It remains fixed at its position during the scroll.

It auto hide when the user reaches the top of the page.

Back to top with CSS and jQuery