Within the Text
List the full title of the Web page in a lead-in in-text citation. A lead-in is when the citation information is written into the text of the essay. In the text, titles of Web pages should be placed in quotation marks. Example: According to the article “School Days,” many kids today love school.
Add the publication date in parentheses after the title. Example: According to the article “School Days” (2009), many kids today love school.
Use a parenthetical citation to include all citation information. In this type of citation, an abbreviated version of the title should be used in parentheses with the date. Example: (“School,” 2009).
Type the full title of the Web page. Put the title in italics and place a period after it.
List the date of publication in parentheses. If there is no publication date, write “(n.d.)." Follow the date with a period after the parenthesis.
Write “Retrieved” and then the full date that you accessed the Web page. The date should include month, day and year. End with a comma.
Write “from” and then list the URL for the Web page.
End the citation with a period. Example of the full citation: Blue and You Fitness Challenge. (n.d.). Retrieved June 7, 2009, from http://www.blueandyoufitnesschallenge-ark.com/index.aspx.