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Footnote A footnote for a newspaper article should include: Name of author (if known). title of the article, month, day and year of publication. the edition (final, West Coast, etc.) if available. the section if in print or the URL if found online. You can omit page numbers.
Citing a Website in Footnotes. Write the Author's Name. Add the Web Page Name. Add the Overall Website Name. Enter the Publication Date. Add the Website URL. Add the Access Date. Enter the Author's Name.
Citing a Website in Footnotes. Write the Author's Name. Add the Web Page Name. Add the Overall Website Name. Enter the Publication Date. Add the Website URL. Add the Access Date. Enter the Author's Name.
Place the cursor where you would like the superscript number to appear. Click on Insert Footnote in the References tab. The corresponding number will be automatically inserted in the footer ready for you to add the footnote citation. Type in your footnote citation.
If citing an entire website, include the title of the site, the name of the sponsoring organization, the publication date or date of latest update (if available), URL, and access date if time sensitive. x. Author's First name Last name, Web Site Title, URL (accessed Month Day, Year).
Include the URL at the end of the citation. If the URL is not available, then include the name of the database where you got the article.
To cite an online article in MLA style (8th Edition), the Works Cited entry should contain the author's name, the title of the page, the name of the website, the publication date, and the URL. When citing a web page or a whole website, there is often no author or publication date provided.
Structure of a citation for a journal article from a database in MLA 8: Author's Last name, First name. Title of the article. Title of the journal, First name Last name of any other contributors (if applicable), Version (if applicable), Numbers (such as a volume and issue number), Publication date, Page numbers.
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