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About this tool

Create an MLA formatted citation for a Webpage by filling in as many boxes as you can. A different format is used for an entire Website. In some cases, information may not be available. If so, leave those fields blank.

The format for citing a Webpage in MLA style is:

Author, Editor or Compiler's Last Name, First Name. "Title of Page." Name of Site Sponsor or Publisher, Date of Resource Creation. Web. Date of access.

MLA Citation Wizard

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Webpage Citation


Fill in the information below to cite a Webpage
Author's or Editor's or Compiler's Last name help
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Citing a Name

If available, write out the author's last name. Otherwise, leave blank.

First Name help
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First Name citing

Write out the author's first name. If required, include the first initial with no punctuation

Example

    Phillip
    Phillip J

Add more authors manually on the next page

Page Name help
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Citing the Page Name

The Page may have a name at the top, or an article title, or a Tab title. The Wizard will put "quotation marks" around the title in the citation.

Example

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    MLA Webpage Citation Wizard
Website Name Publication Date help
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Citing Publication Date

If available, cite the date information when the page was created or last modified. If information is not available, leave this field blank and the Citation Wizard will insert n.d.

Example

    29 July 2013
Publisher or Sponsor help
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Citing the Publisher or Sponsor

If available, provide the name of the organization responsible for the Website. Check the About Us information on the site or use a domain lookup tool (whois.net) to locate the name of the organization or individual. If unavilable, leave blank.

Date of Access help
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Date formatting

Start with the date (no punctuation) abbreviate the Month followed by the year.

Examples:

    9 Feb. 2016
    23 June 2015