Flexheader3 expands the existing possibilities to show pictures or load css files for flexible styling of your website. Flexheader3 makes it possible to assign an image or css-file at any point in your website, it does not depend on menu entries.

The picture appears on a module position and can be outside of your content, e.g. in your template header position.

Flexheader3 Features are:

  • released under the GPL License
  • Joomla! 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 2.5  and 3.x Native Module (including Joomla! 3.7 and PHP7)
  • only one module needed fort many pictures
  • can assign pictures to any page on joomla: articles, categories, components, menu entries and parent menu entries
  • outputs an image, div with background image (to overlay your logo)
  • can load a css file for styling pages, no need for different templates anymore
  • comes with german and english translation
  • displays an help window on the frontpage, there you can see the filenames you need for use with flexheader3
  • support for multilanguage
  • creates XHTML valid html code
  • can be used with responsive webdesign (if you know what you are doing)

Flexheader release/version history Information

  • 02.05.2019 Version 2.3.4
    added the online documentation directly into configuration page
  • 26.01.2019 Version 2.3.2
    Added filter to textarea fields
  • 18.05.2018 Version 2.3.1
    https://yootheme.com/support/question/113911#answer-347334
  • 18.03.2018 Version 2.3.0
    merged flexheader3 for Joomla!3 and flexheader3 for Joomla!4 into one package
    removed inline iframe display of documentation 
  • 19.12.2017 Version 2.1.6
    added Joomla! 4 compatibility
  • 22.10.2017 Version 2.1.5
    fixed a bug in generation of version information for Joomla!-installations, that are installed into a subfolder
  • 20.10.2017 Version 2.1.4
    addes the moduleid as a css class to the flexheader object. This can be used to styles various instances of flexheader in a different way (this can also be done with flexheaders "load css" option).This is for users who use more than one flexheader instance at the same time and doesnt affect regular users.
  • 20.10.2017 Version 2.1.3
    Sometimes people use flexheader in a wrong way.
    They use many flexheader modules and change the default filename in every module. They use flexheader in a way it was not intended.
    For these people, a red hint has been built into the module settings to keep them from fooling around.

    Who could have dreamt that someone would do such a thing?
  • 20.10.2017 Version 2.1.1
    Flexheader now adds a version string to images.
    The version changes every time, the img file was saved to update the browser cache immediatley, also when Cache Headers tells the browser to cache img files .
    This also works in Display Mode "div"
    No need to clear browser cache or hard reload after changes on images loaded by flexheader
  • 20.10.2017 Version 2.1.0
    Flexheader now adds a version string to css files (if flexheader is configured to do this).
    The version changes every time, the css file was saved to update the browser cache immediatley, also when Cache Headers tells the browser to cache css files 
    No need to clear browser cache or hard reload after changes on css files loaded by flexheader
  • 18.10.2017 Version 2.0.6
    set caching: off as default for module flexheader
  • 07.10.2017 Version 2.0.4
    added the possibilty to remove the css-inline-style "border: 0"
  • 08.03.2017 Version 2.0.3
    small enhancements for internal debugging
  • 28.09.2016 Version 2.0.1
    Bugfix (Thank you Alexander Schibalsky)
  • 15.06.2016 Version 2.0.0
    New help window on frontpage: resizable, movable
  • 02.03.2016 Version 1.9.6
    Use of JFactory instead of deprecated JRequest
  • 22.02.2016 Version 1.9.5
    Added "Show help window to guests?" configuration option
  • 05.10.2015 Version 1.9.1
    Added online-documentation to module description
  • 02.10.2015 Version 1.9.0
    checked for compatibility with Joomla! 3.5 and PHP 7.0
  • 02.10.2015 Version 1.8.2
    fixed: php strict notices
  • 20.09.2015 Version 1.8.0
    fixed: Do not load css files when "load css file" is disabled
    yes/no options in module settings are not translated into german
    added bootstrap code to module xml file to match Joomla!3s Style of buttons in module settings
    limited width of field descriptions in module settings for better readability
  • 14.09.2015: Version 1.7.3
    fixed: language file errors
  • 13.09.2015: Version 1.7.3
    fixed: php strict notices (with help from C.S.)
  • 11.09.2015: Version 1.7.2
    fixed: help window didnt show correct filenames with enabled multilanguage-support
  • 09.09.2015: Version 1.7.1
    changed update-urls for Joomla!-Updater to https
  • 08.09.2015: Version 1.6.6
    fixed translation errors
  • 18.08.2015: Version 1.6.5
    Added support for contacts
  • 12.06.2015: Version 1.6.4
    Added language-support again: ability to add the language code to the filename (like Joomfish-Support in older versions of flexheader)
  • 19.03.2015: Version 1.6.3
    bugfix: converting internal ids to integer
  • 14.07.2014: Version 1.6.2
    bugfix: "Undefined variable: fl_jflangc in..."
  • 01.07.2014: Version 1.6.1
    bugfixes (with hints from Frank Vogler)
    removed support for VirtueMart
    removed support for Joomfish
  • 10.04.2014: Version 1.5.8
    supports Joomla! 3.2 (with help from Deborah Weber)
    bugfixes
  • 17.10.2012: Version 1.5.7
    supports Joomla! 3.0 (up to3.2)
  • 22.07.2012: Version 1.5.4
    Removed support für Flash Objects
    user can now decide if width/height is addes to the html code or not. Useful for headers with different sizes and responsive webdesign
  • 04.06.2012: Version 1.5.3
    Support for Joomla! 2.5
    Support for Native Joomla! Multilanguage
    Bug Fixes
    Support for Joomla! 2.5 Autoupdater
  • 26.07.2011: Version 1.4
    Support for Joomla! 1.7
    Fixed some bugs (with help from H. Schorradt and M. Jakobi)

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