Next Of Kin is the plugin we don't want to install. It handles what happens after we die. It monitors your own visits to your wordpress system, and wi
No, you're not.
Go to your options panel, and hit Reset.
Every visit to your wordpress system, blog or dashboard, count, as long as you're logged in.
First, you can set the time intervals, up to 30 weeks before the system assumes you're no longer. Secondly, maybe this plugin is not for you. The idea behind this plugin is that we visit our blogs daily, if not hourly, so if something happens to you, the blog will be the first to feel it.
The system will first send you a warning email after a default time period of two weeks without a visit. A week later it will send you another warning, and also a warning to your chosen next of kin, whom you can ask to contact you and tell you to go in and reset. only after these two time periods, will the plugin allow itself to assume the worst.
If you're eager to test this before it matters, edit nextofkin.php: line 45 states the number of seconds in a week. If you change this to 300, then the time intervals will be five minutes worth, instead of a week. Enter an email address of your own as the second recepient (If you only have one, try using a mytrashmail.com address), and don't access your blog for a short while. Note - somebody needs to access your blog for the mails to be sent, but with search robots and spam bots, it shouldn't take long. After you finish testing, fix line 45 to its inital value (7 * 24 * 60 * 60 = 604800) and hit Reset in the options panel.