- Use ++ and -- instead of +1 and -1. Makes it a bit easier to read. Those rare -1's will stand out more since they'll be more drastically different from the +1's.
- Use alternating classes, like we do for the CB, node lists for users, etc., so that CSS can do something to make it easier to read.
- I think we can put in multiple classes (when separated by spaces) - so maybe using another class for ++ vs -- tr's and td's to allow CSS to highlight (or fade out) ++'s or --'s
<tr class="odd-row voteup"><td><a href="?node_id=12345">blah</a></td>
<td align="center" class="voteup">++</td>
<tr class="even-row votedown"><td><a href="?node_id=12346">blah</a></t
<td align="center" class="votedown">--</td>
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