Uh, what site is this style for?

Added by hideheader@userstyles, Created: Dec 05, 2015, Updated: Dec 13, 2015
With the style applied
Subcategory on the style pages, too?

Description:

Shows the style subcategory in the search results. If a style has no subcategory (global styles, e.g.), its category is shown instead.

More info
Example (the least popular dark styles):
https://userstyles.org/styles/browse?as=1&search_terms=dark&sort=popularity&sort_direction=asc

When used with http://freestyler.ws/style/131653/who-took-the-screenshot-userstyles, long subcategory names may partially cover the screenshot source label. Example: PokemonShowDown.com
https://userstyles.org/styles/browse/pokemonshowdown

Subcategory can be displayed on style pages as well as in search results. Currently this conflicts with http://freestyler.ws/style/87993/reveal-hidden-meta. Resolved - update both http://freestyler.ws/style/131708/uh-what-site-is-this-style-for and http://freestyler.ws/style/87993/reveal-hidden-meta.

2015-12-13: http://freestyler.ws/style/132148/hidden-metadata-revisited-userstyles also uses #subcategory. Fixed; update this style to resolve the conflict.

https://userstyles.org/styles/browse?as=1&category=userstyles.org&search_terms=%40author+hideheader&sort=updated_date&sort_direction=desc

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Applies to:
https://userstyles.org/styles/, https://userstyles.org/users/

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