Once you have downloaded the plug-in, it is recommended that you install it locally on your webserver to work as expected. To do this, you need to open your preferred browser and then go to your plug-in’s directory, where it is installed. Once you have located it, you can either double-click on the folder or right-click on it and select “open in a new window.” You will then notice that a different directory containing the different files and directories for your scripts is now visible on the screen. From here, you need to navigate to where the Face Detection with jQuery plugin is located and then follow the directions given there.
Once you have installed the Face Detection with jQuery image plugins, you need to know how to use them. The first thing you need to do is open up your image editor and then click on your chosen plug-in. You will see that there are two buttons on the upper right corner, and below that, a long shadow is displayed. This long shadow indicates the positioning of the face finder’s markers which are the actual points you will use to locate the target. To place your mouse over the long shadow, a cursor will appear, and it will move around a little bit. This is to indicate that you have placed the marker’s point within the specified area.
There are also two other important features that you should know about Face Detection with jQuery image plugins. The first is the water ripple image indicator which will appear when you hover your cursor over the water. The second is the target indicator which will show the name of the tab you are in.