Include the URL as supplementary information only when the reader probably cannot locate the source without it or when your instructor requires it. If you provide a URL, give it immediately following the date of access, a period and a space.
Enclose the URL in angle brackets eg < > and conclude with a period. If possible, give the complete address including http.
Include the medium type (Web).
The date an electronic resource was retrieved is important if the content you are citing is likely to be changed or updated. When no fixed publication date, edition or version can be cited, the retrieval date offers a snapshot of the content at the time of your research.
The following elements are to be included;
Title of the work italicised
Title of the overall web site italicised if distinct from item 2