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Smallhacker - Do you need the zebra striping to begin with? If it's to help the user scan across a wide row, maybe another design pattern would work? You could try "highlight row on hover". A list apart has two interesting articles about whether zebra striping is useful: Jessica Enders, “Zebra Striping: Does it Really Help?” at A List Apart, May 6, 2008 ...
In my opinion, Brian North's Fiddle looks far less jarring, and suitably clear, without the transition. http://jsfiddle.net/wzBLB/
This is an excellent question for which there is an excellent answer. Allow me to start with two examples. Colour an meaning Consider you are using a system and wish to delete a record (and you do wish to delete the record). The interface presents the following dialog to you: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups ...
If you're working in html/css, the effect is really quite simple to set up: CSS can take care of both the alternating row color and the transition effect on a row-removal. A Fiddle demonstrating the working effect. The CSS establishes a 'base' green colour for each table cell, but then sets the cell background of every 2nd row (tr:nth-child( 2n )) to red - ...
If your strips and your text aren't linked with some animation you could remove the annoyance. I guess it's even possible to work without uniform height if you wait for the text animation to finish before changing the stripes heights.
Why not inform your customer directly about the price spans and reductions he gets when increasing the order quantity? This was always the first thing I asked our reseller on the phone during my apprenticeship. I sketched an idea and wireframed it in Axure here. My idea was to show the customer when he gets reductions at what quantity visualize the ...
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