I do like the way the IMDb made itself over earlier this year, subtly, not getting in your way too much though I do recall there being an initial glitch on the birthday pages which was fixed pretty quick. Probably 99.9% of the site can be used as it always has by the typical visitor without noticing anything has even changed.
I've noticed many more graphics on the page and in general a more improved Media section, but in prettying up many parts of the site they've unintentionally hurt a feature I personally use a lot for research--the Credited With link.
You'll see "Credited With" in the left hand navigation on any single personality's IMDb page. I use it to quickly tell you how many movies actor X appeared in with actor Y or with director Z. Spotting a shared credit that didn't immediately jump to mind can often extend a post or take it in unexpected directions.
For awhile I found the "Credited With" link completely broken. As of yesterday I find it works every so often, though still more than half the time I just get a results page for the initial actor whose name I've entered with a picture of the DVD case at the left of the page and no combined credits whatsoever. Honestly, this post is as much a point of reference for myself as it is for you, but I figured if it was bugging me it had to be bugging someone else too!
Following is a sample URL which brings up search results for what's called the "Most Popular Titles" featuring H.B. Warner and Cecil B. DeMille, two names I'm using in my next post:
It actually calls up any film that the two worked on together in any capacity, in other words, "Credited With." If the "Credited With" link works for you or starts working more regularly in general, great, but if not just take that link and you can use it for any two personalities listed on the entire IMDb.
For instance, go to Charlton Heston's page and you'll see it at this address:
Now just copy the nm0000032 part of the Heston address and replace H.B. Warner's nm0912478 from our original link producing this URL:
Go to that page and now you have the "Most Popular Titles With Charlton Heston and Cecil B. DeMille."
I hope that helps someone out, but if not at least I have my own point of reference when I wish to use this feature!