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  1. 1. How to Cite Something You Found on a Website in APA Style: What to Do When Information Is Missing Reference template What’s missing? Solution Position A Position B Position C Position DNothing; I’ve got all the n/a Author, A. (date). Title of document [Format]. Retrieved frompieces http://URLAuthor is missing Substitute title for Title of document (date). Retrieved from http://URL the author [Format].Date is missing Use “n.d.” for no Author, A. (n.d.). Title of document [Format]. Retrieved from date http://URLTitle is missing Describe the Author, A. (date). [Description of document]. Retrieved from document inside http://URL square bracketsAuthor and date are both Combine author Title of document (n.d.). Retrieved from http://URLmissing and date methods [Format].Author and title are both Combine author [Description of (date). Retrieved from http://URLmissing and title methods document].Date and title are both Combine date and Author, A. (n.d.). [Description of document]. Retrieved frommissing title methods http://URLAuthor, date, and title are Combine all three [Description of (n.d.). Retrieved from http://URLall missing methods document].Note. The basic reference template is made up of four pieces: author, date, title (with format in brackets if necessary), and source (theURL). When one or more of these pieces is missing, use the method shown above to adapt the template. In-text citations use the piecesfrom Position A and Position B (usually the author and date, but if there’s no author, then the title and date—more details available athttp://www.apastyle.org/learn/faqs/web-page-no-author.aspx).Copyright © 2010 by the American Psychological Association. This content may be reproduced for classroom or teaching purposes provided that credit is given to the American Psychological Association. For any other use, please contact the APA Permissions Office.

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