There is no clear way to report glitches to IMBD! Broken photo link on the Diana Gabaldon "outlander" series page.

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How does one report a broken photo link?? There is apparently an awesome photo of the upcoming Diana Gabaldon series for Starz. This is the blurb on IMBD
"Diana Gabaldon More at IMDbPro »

This set photo from Ronald D. Moore's Outlander should just be the whole show

9 October 2013 12:37 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Battlestar Galactica producer Ronald D. Moore has begun shooting his new series Outlander for Starz, an adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s novels about a World War II combat nurse who mysteriously finds herself in 18th-century Scotland, married to a brave and chivalrous warrior. But Moore should just wrap production and save Starz millions by handing in this set photo, which the network could run in hourlong blocks every week. After all, it’s unlikely the show can ever measure up to the sense of adventure or romance conjured by Moore’s lustrous, windswept locks appearing in such close proximity to "

The link near the top of the page is a different shade of blue and is not "clickable" even though the curser indicates that it should be.
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So we are talking about the related news page:

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1748442/news

Where the title of each article gets underlined on mouseover but isn't clickable?

If that is what are are talking about, then it seems to be problem with the coding/styling as this was never intended to be a working link - the underlying code is designed to provide an internal anchor, like this:

http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_a_n...

However, as it says on that page, we should all be using the ID attribute embedded in the H2 tag as it is no longer supported in HTML 5 (which is what most of us are using these days I believe, even if some browsers are backwards compatible).