Documenting a website for research paper

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I cant find it in my text book, can someone tell me how you document a website for the bibliography.

also in parenthetical foot note things in the paper do you just use the author of the website?

oh also, if the site doesnt tell the author???

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Hold your cursor over CITING SOURCES and then click on Electronic/Internet... You'll find a good explanation of what to include and lots of examples.

Yes, just the author's name; if no author, then the first word or two from the title, just enough to connect it to the full entry in your works cited (AKA bibliography).

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