Web page with no author
Entry in Reference List
Title of page. (Publication date). Retrieved from web address.
For example - In text citation
Use the first few words of the reference entry.
. . . the overall threat has gone away ("UK terror threat," 2011).
Citing an entiew website:
You Are Not So Smart is a website that exposes almost universal behavioural irrationalities (http://youarenotsosmart.com/).
- Because not all Internet sources have title and copyright pages, the elements can be difficult to find. In general, include the same elements, in the same order, as you would for a reference to a fixed-media source, and add as much electronic retrieval information as needed for others to locate the sources you cited.
- Prefer the home page URL to avoid more specific addresses which may have changed, except when citing articles from sites such as media sites or government agencies, from which specific articles may be hard to locate.
- The date an electronic resource was retrieved is only important if the content you are citing is likely to be changed or updated.
- The abbreviation (n.d.) is used if no publication date is available.
- Specific formats can be included in brackets immediately after the title, e.g., [Lecture notes] or [Video webcast].
- When citing an entire website, you need only provide its web address in parentheses in the text. An entry in the Reference List is not needed.