A note on citing materials found on a website: If you’re citing formal documentation (e.g. Word, PDF documents) found on a website, you should cite it like a book or journal article (including all relevant publisher information and a URL). For other information found on a website or page, make sure to include some or all of the following elements in your bibliographic entry. Remember that each element is separated by a period (unless shown otherwise below):
Author Lastname, Firstname. “Title of webpage.” Name of publishing entity. Publication month/day/year.
Access month/day/year. URL.
Author Lastname, Firstname. Publication Year.“Title of webpage.” Name of publishing entity.
Publication month/day. Access month/day/year. URL.
Webpage with Date; No Author
Wikipedia. 2008. “Style Guide.” Wikipedia. Last modified July 18. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_guide.
Wikipedia.. “Style Guide.” Wikipedia. Last modified July 18, 2008. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_guide.
Webpage with Date and Author
Jalopy, Mister. “Effulgence of the North: Storefront Arctic Panorama in Los Angeles.” Dinosaurs and Robots.
Last modified January 30, 2009.
Jalopy, Mister. 2009. “Effulgence of the North: Storefront Arctic Panorama in Los Angeles.” Dinosaurs and Robots.
Last modified January 30.