Using articles published on websites as sources in academic papers is an increasingly common practice, and for good reason.
They are easy to access and can contain a breadth of valuable information.
The in-text citation includes the name of the author or authoring body, editor or compiler and the date on which the page of document was created or last revised/updated.
The format is for citing a document such as a PDF file in a web site or a report form an institution.
The in-text citation includes the name of the author or authoring body, editor or compiler and the date on which the page of document was created or last revised.
If the URL of a web page is extremely long and difficult to list in your reference list, you may do the following (make sure this is OK with your lecturer): 1.
Try to break the URL for line break at slash marks whenever possible. Give the URL of the home page of the report or document as long as the website has a search facility.
Australian Building Codes Board states that there are requirements to become accredited (2017, p.2).
Every in-text citation refers readers to the complete documentation of the source in a Works Cited page at the end of the paper.
You do not need to include works that are not cited in the body of your essay. The Works Cited page(s) is the final page(s) of the essay, and on it, there should be the correct page number(s).