Although much of the information presented on the various Confederate flags was correct, there was one glaring problem: The Confederate Battle Flag was NOT referred to as the stars and bars. The first national flag, the one which looked too much like a union banner, was called the stars and bars. Although some people refer to the battle flag and naval jack as the southern cross, the battle flag was in essence unnamed.
Also, please note that the flag most commonly represented as a battle flag was most prominent in the Army of Northern Virginia, although there were some in the Army of Tennessee and the Army of the Trans-Mississippi. Many versions of the battle flag contain only 12 stars, having no star in the center.