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About this tool

Create a Harvard Style formatted citation for a Web page by filling in as many boxes as you can. In some cases, information may not be available. If so, leave those fields blank.

Webpage and Article Format:

Author/editor (or compiler or the person or organisation responsible for the site) Year of the most recent version, Title (unless it's a Webpage citation), version number (if applicable), description of document (if applicable), name and place of the sponsor of the source, viewed Day Month Year, [URL either full location details or just the main site details].

Harvard Style Citation Wizard

See all Harvard Style Citation Formats

Web Page Citation


Fill in the information below required for citing a Web page
Author's Last name

First initial help
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First Initial(s)

Author's names in Harvard Style are cited last name first followed by the first (and possibly second) initial. Do not add punctuation to initials--the Wizard does that for you as needed.


Add more authors manually on the next page

Article or Page Title help
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Article Title

Include a title only for an article citation.

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Year of Publication

If known, enter the Year, otherwise leave blank.

Name and place of the sponsor of the source help
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Owner and Location

Include the sponsor or publisher, followed by a comma, followed by the City and comma, (if available) and Country (no punctuation).

Examples

PlanetScapes, United States
AWB Limited, Melbourne, Victoria

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Version

If available, include the version information.

Examples

Kindle Version
Version 2

URL
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Date of Access

Follow this format: Day Month Year (don't use any punctuation).