Access the web page that is the source of your footnote.
Record the author's name of the page, if this is known, and follow this with a comma. Typically, this name is near the title of the page in a byline or can be found at the bottom near the site's copyright notice.
Record the name of the web page and encompass it within quotation marks, or enter it as italicized text, and follow it with a comma. According to Bedford/ St. Martin's "How to Write a Footnote or an Endnote for a Website" page, this name should be in quotation marks, while the Georgetown University Library "Turabian Footnote/Endnote Style" page displays this title in italics.
Record the date that the page was published, or type "n.d." without the quotation marks to indicate there is no date and follow this with a comma.
Record the website address of the web page that you are citing.
Record the month, day and year that you came upon this page and enter the word "accessed" or "retrieved" before this date within parenthesis. Your complete entry should look as follows: Author Name, "Web Page Name," n.d., http://www.websiteaddress.com/ (accessed Month Day, Year)