Not everything found online is a webpage
There are many different kinds of online sources. Some can have print equivalents, such as ebooks, online articles, and online encyclopedias; other items exist only electronically, such as blogs or websites and their individual webpages
The basic elements for webpages consist of:
- Title of the webpage
- Publishing information: title of the whole website and/or sponsor of the site
Each style has its own rules for citing webpages
You may also come across situations where you cannot find an author or a date, or some other required information. No matter what the situation, remember that you still need to cite the source. Ask the Writing Center for help with citations!