How to cite a website
How to reference a website
Follow the steps on how to cite a website specifically a webpage with an organisational author :
Step 1: Gather the following information which will be used in citing the website
• Name of the person or organization who wrote or created the webpage.
• The year the webpage was created or last updated.
• The title of the webpage.
• Name of the sponsor of the source (if applicable)
• Date of viewing the source
• The full URL
Step 2: Begin your reference by starting with the creator or the name of the person or organization who is responsible for the webpage then the year the page was created or revised. Follow this with a comma then the title of the website in italics and another comma before the full url in italics.
Note: Use “n.d” which stands for “No Date” if no year can be found.
Organisational name Year (page created or revised), Title of specific document, Publisher (if applicable), Place of publication (if applicable), viewed Day Month Year, <URL>.
Attorney-General’s Department 1998, Review of the Commonwealth’s ‘Acts Interpretation Act 1901’, viewed 1 October 1999, <http://www.law.gov.au>.
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