JavaScript Mini Project: Create a Password Strength Checker for Your Website

 In today's digital age, passwords are the first line of defense for securing online accounts. However, with cyber attacks and password cracking becoming more common, it's crucial to ensure that your users have strong passwords. By implementing a password strength checker on your website, you can help them create strong, secure passwords that are less vulnerable to hacking attempts.

In this mini project tutorial, we'll walk you through the process of creating a JavaScript-powered password strength checker for your website. This mini project is suitable for beginner and intermediate web developers who want to improve the security of their websites.

What You'll Need

Before we dive into the project, here's a list of the tools and resources you'll need:

A text editor such as Sublime Text, Visual Studio Code, or WebStorm

Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

A web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari

Step-by-Step Guide

Step 1:  Create a Login Form

The first step is to create a login form for the user to enter their password. Here's an example code snippet for a simple login form:

Step 2:  Add a Background Image

To make the login form more visually appealing, we can add a background image to the page and Add the filter property to make it blur at first and with the help of JavaScript we will dynamically change it. 

Step 3: Add Blur Effect Dynamically with JavaScript

Now comes the interesting part. We will add the blur effect dynamically to the login form when the user enters their password. Here's the JavaScript code that adds the blur effect: