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MLA Web Citation

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Step-by-Step instructions on how to cite a website in MLA7 format.

Step-by-Step instructions on how to cite a website in MLA7 format.

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  • 1. Step-by-Step Guide to MLA Website Citation 1. Write the authors last name, followed by a comma, then first name. Close this entry with a period. IF THERE IS NO AUTHOR, YOU MAY SKIP TO STEP TWO! 2. Write the title of the webpage within quotation marks, making sure there is a period at the end (within the quotations). 3. In italics, type the name of the website, making sure to place a period afterward. 4. Next, write the name of the Institution or Organization affiliated with the site, followed by a comma. IF THERE IS NO ORGANIZATION LISTED, USE n.p. INSTEAD. 5. Type the date that the site was published or last updated (day month year), followed by a period. IF THERE IS NO DATE LISTED, USE n.d. INSTEAD. 6. List the medium of the publication. For materials found online, use the term “Web,” followed by a period. 7. Lastly, list the date the source was accessed (that date you viewed it online). Be sure to list it in the day month year format, followed by a period.

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