|| Websites can be tricky to cite
since it can be very difficult to identify where the information in the
website originates. You used to have to include the date you looked at the
site as part of your citation, but that is no longer required.
Start your citation with the author's name followed by the date the information was written or when website was updated. If you cannot identify when the information on the site was written or when the site was last update, you must use "n.d." This stands for "no date."
Typically you only read one section of a website (rather than the entire website) and you need to indicate that in your citation. Make sure you put the website title in italics:
The final element in your citation is the web address (URL) of the site. Make sure that the web address that you include is precisely where you read the information on the web!