First you put the home page starting with www. and ending with .org/.com/.gov. Second you put the date you visited. Third you put the full website of the page you visited. here's an example:
(http:// not needed)www.wiki.answers.com/. January 16, 2010.
Title of the Site (underlined). Editor. Date and/ or version number. Name of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access .
Encyclopedia Mythica (underlined). 2004. 13 May 2004
If it is a document from a web site:
Author (last name, first name). "Title of Web Page." Title of Site (underlined). Editor. Date and/or Version Number. Name of Sponsoring Institution. Date of Access .
Sherman, Chris. "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About URL." SearchEngineWatch(underlined). Ed. Danny Sullivan. 24 Aug. 2004. 4 Sept. 2004 .
These are the standards according to the MLA version. I found this on http://honolulu.Hawaii.edu/legacylib/mlahcc.html. You can find citing books and scholarly journals, and just about everything on this website. Its great. After every period, or semi colon, or any punctuation besides commas, you NEED to do 2 spaces. You need to double space your paper as well.
Yes, Easybib.com will cite sources for you.
You can: Cite the website or the newspaper (or other sources) where you got it from. Cite the author
Yes you must cite it.
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Cite with care. http://www.mla.org/style/style_faq/style_faq4
Never. You need to cite it.
if i remember correctly, it is called a website within the text of a paper.
You cite the name of the article, then who wrote the article, then where you found the article(CBS.com and more), and lastly the date the article was written(:
Use a website called Webme.org pick your category to cite and "BOOM!" it pretty much does the rest for you.
There are multiple citing sources, but try http://www.bibme.com because you can cite a book, website, basically the major refernces.
If you cite the website and if you have permission from the copyright owner or web site.
first you have to know where you got your information. then if your information is from a book you but the authors name and the title in parentheses after the fact you get. if the information is from a website put the exact website name in parentheses after the fact. (note: if every fact in the paragraph is from the website/book then cite after the whole paragraph.
Put these <> around the url; for example, <website name>.
There is actually a really good website that will cite your sources for you if you provide the information. The link is: http://citationmachine.net It will properly cite whatever you need in whatever format (ie. MLA, APA) Also, if you want to cite a book and you know the ISBN, all you have to do is type it in the appropriate section, and the website will fill in the rest of the information (ie. author(s), publisher(s), dates )
easybib.com does MLA for free, and other formats for a monthly fee.
you should never use this website as a source. along with wikipedia.com.
There's "site" (like a website) and "sight" (like seeing).
The authors of a website are usually the site administrators. You can find them in a blog, site search, or in the margins of the website.
go to this website: http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~hartleyg/ref/mla_poetry_citations.html hope that helps.
You can cite it as an article from the UNFCCC website."Kyoto Protocol." United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Web. 26 Nov. 2009. .
OnlineWhen citing a website in APA include the following information:The name of the website(in italics)The name of the website articleAuthor of the sourceThe date the website was created or when the particular online source was published (if known)Date the website was accessedThe website URL
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