IMDB Link ->>> https://blltly.com/2tlkDn
IMDb is the premier source of global entertainment content. Linking or hyperlinking to IMDb from external sites and social media channels is a way for audiences to learn or discover more about movies, TV shows, video games and the people that make them.
Note the final / at the end of the URL; if you leave it off we'll redirect browsers to the correct link, but this will introduce a delay in getting to the actual information. How about copy a name link
Here's the URL - found by the same method as above: When linking to IMDb, we ask that you let your users know that the link leads to us. For example, if your page was about Tom Cruise, you might say:
Another thing to note is that you don't just have to link to the main page of a movie or title. We break up our data into separate categories, so if you're referring to a piece of trivia about say, North by Northwest, you can go to its trivia page and copy that URL from your browser to use instead: North by Northwest main page link: North by Northwest trivia page link:
This particular issue has come up a number of times, and I'm sure we all have been involved with it at least once. When people add voice actor/actress information, often they will try and use IMDb as a valid source, and we have to tell them that we only link there, rather than accepting it as a source. I feel that this is misleading on our part, we link to somewhere that we don't accept as a source. Now we do know that Wikipedia relies on user generated content as well, but Wikipedia's information is generally sourced and accurate, and something that can usually back up what it says. IMDb, not so much. Spart even had to add voice actors and actress when they didn't have them listed.
Therefore, I feel that we should link to Wikipedia when possible, and only link to IMDb when they don't have a Wikipedia page. The other reason is that most Wikipedia pages give a lot more information about the person and maybe the reader can learn more about them. And I know that more than a few people here have found a valid source for information here from Wikipedia. Lancer1289 17:33, February 14, 2012 (UTC)
Are we talking about using as a source or as the link for the actor's name in articles, where it is just being used as a link, not a source. The links around those names aren't "This is how we know this", it's "Here is the filmography and bio for this person".
For sources, neither should be used, for obvious reasons, but for actor's names in articles I think they should link to IMDB, given that IMDB is sort of the go-to resource for actors/performers/crew in productions.
With the passage of the proposal, and since we have so many characters, we should do this in stages to avoid overwhelming the RC. New character pages will now link to Wikipedia instead of IMDb unless they do not have a Wikipedia page. If anyone wants to discuss the process, I would recommend a Project Forum page or somewhere else as this page is now an archive and not to be edited. Lancer1289 15:14, February 26, 2012 (UTC)
Here is an option - get the dirname and basename from the link, replace the substring of the basename with new substring ("tt_ql_cl") and join them again with file.path after inserting the "fullcredits" in between 59ce067264