Flexible and robust template
Now substantially improved and simplified
Multiflex-4 is the fourth generation Multiflex template, with the header code being the major change since Multiflex-3. The new header is more in line with current design trends. The core code is almost identical to Multiflex-3.10, with the major difference being in the CSS code for the header. Outsie the header, both the CSS and HTML codes have remained virtally unchanged. Multiflex-4 does not offer multiple headers, but only one standard header. Check the navigation menu to discover all about the new Multiflex-4!
Content Management Systems
Portings will probably be developed
At the time of release, no known portings have been made.
Extensive browser support
Tested for all common browsers and systems
Multiflex-4 has been tested live for all major browsers, and functions properly for all currently used browsers. Only exception is the very outdated legacy browser IE5.x on Windows and Mac, which is used by about 1.5% of all websurfers globally.
Template successfully tested for (+ indicates the named browser version plus all higher versions):
Windows 2000 and XP
IE6, IE7, Firefox 2.0+, Mozilla 1.7+, Netscape 7.2+, Opera 9.0+ and Safari 3.0+.
IE7, Firefox 2.0+, and Opera 9.0+.
Mac OSX 10.3
Firefox 2.0+, Mozilla 1.7+, Netscape 7.2+, Opera 9.0+, Camino 1.0+, and Safari 1.3+.
Mac OSX 10.4
Firefox 2.0+, Mozilla 1.7+, Netscape 7.2+, Opera 9.0+, Camino 1.0+, and Safari 2.0+.
Linux (Fedora Core 4)
Firefox 2.0+, Mozilla 1.7+, Opera 9.0+, and Konqueror 3.4+.
Check browser screenshots
January 20, 2008
January 8, 2008
Browser: IE6 / Description: A 1px left margin error between the main navigation bar and the submenu item list. The reason was found to be in the "left:0" command in the CSS statement "nav2 table" for IE6 in the files "mf42_layoutN_setup.css" files. / Correction: Changed to "left:-1px" in all "mf42_layoutN_setup.css files.
December 18, 2007
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Credits for ideas and reviews
Persons who contributed with ideas or CMS-portings for Multiflex-3:
- None so far.