This plugin displays a bloggers alive.io status to their blog and shows optional messages depending on if the blogger is alive or not.
It shows your readers if you are alive or not. It displays the alive.io widget on your sidebar which consists of your alive.io image or text or both which links to your alive.io profile page. If alive.io detects that you have passed away, your status will change automatically.
Yes. Alive.io is a free service where you can create your own account and get a personal page which shows if you are alive or not. You can go to Our Website for more information.
You can either display the alive.io image on your blog or display text of your choice or display both image and text. You also have an option of formatting the text displayed. You can also add a title to you alive.io widget.
You can use html in the text box for your alive and deceased message. eg I am Alive for bold.
This message displays because you have activated the alive.io plugin but not eneterd your alive.io username in the alive.io settings. Once you save your alive.io username in alive.io settings this message will go away.
Yes. The alive.io image is transparent and will easily look like a part of your blog irrespective of the theme you are using.
Not directly. This is the image that is available on your http://username.alive.io/interface/image link. For this release the feature for changing this image is not available. You can, however, put an img tag in the message field of your alive or not status to display a different image if you'd like.
Requires: 3.1.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.1.4
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10
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