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Add more IMDb plugins
The current plugins is a little skimpy:http://www.imdb.com/pluginsWith more plugins, you would increase the number of inward pointing links and surely
Lists: Block specific user's lists to prevent them from appearing in the "related lists" section.
Either enhance the user blocking function so that it will also block a given user's lists, or give us some method of separately blocking user created
Ratings: Compare Ratings History with Critics Ratings
I enjoy the "Compared to You" feature. It would be very interesting if Critics Ratings, such as the those for the late Roger Ebert, were available via
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Lists: Add SEO-friendly URLs for lists
The general explanation is here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clean_UR... lists currently have the basic clean structure (no querystring) but it is pos
Lists: Add short descriptions for lists
I've tended to add a lot of extra information to the start of a list to give it context, e.g:http://www.imdb.com/list/xbY59mdFHUs/..., this is present
Problem In"Event History" on the Oscar Awards Page
Hi, I was visiting the page where the Oscar's are displayed and I noticed that there are for the year 1930 two Oscar awards in the "Event History. Is
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Video: Please bring back the trailer queue feature!
My husband and I have (nay---HAD) a tradition we liked to call "trailer night". Using imdb's trailer queue feature and airplay, we were able to screen
IMDb announcement: Top 250 Contributors for 2012
This is in reference to Col Needham's thread IMDb announcement: Top 250 Contributors for 2012 This plot shows the rank versus number of contribution