Citing Web Sites
According to Janice Walker, the appropriate way to
cite WWW (World Wide Web) sites, which are
available via Lynx, Netscape, other Web browsers, is as follows:
To cite files available for viewing/downloading via the World
Wide Web, give the author's name (if known), the full title of the
work in quotation marks, the title of the complete work if applicable
in italics, the full http address, and the date of visit.
Burka, Lauren P. "A Hypertext History of Multi-User Dimensions."
MUD History. http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/lpb/
mud-history.html (5 Dec. 1994).
Walker, Janice R. "MLA-Style Citations of Electronic Sources."
http://www.cas.usf.edu/english/walker/mla.html (July 21, 1996).
A Useful Tip
One way to save time, is to copy and paste the author's name,
the title of the web page, and the URL from the Location or Netsite
line to a wordprocessing document. Type the date of your
visit after that. You can then edit that document
to put the information into proper form, but you at least have
all the data you need without having to retype it.