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How to Cite in Bibliographies is the institutional or organization author for all pages. Proper citation depends on your preferred or required style manual. Below are the proper citation formats for pages according to four style manuals (in alphabetical order): Modern Language Association Style Manual (MLA), The Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago), the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), and Kate Turabian’s A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Turabian).

  1. APA (6th ed.): (2016, February 18). Gun Control Retrieved from (2014, August 28). School Uniforms around the World. Retrieved from

    [Editor’s Note: The APA citation style requires double spacing within entries.]

    [For more details on this APA citation, see “Reference List: Electronic Sources (Web Publications” at]

  2. Chicago (17th ed.): “Gun Control” last modified February 18, 2016. “School Uniforms around the World.” last modified August 28, 2014.

    [For more details on this Chicago citation, see “Website” at

  3. MLA (8th ed.): “Gun Control”, 28 June 2016, “School Uniforms around the World.”, 28 Aug. 2014,

    [Editor’s Note: The MLA citation style requires double spacing within entries.]

    [For more details on this MLA citation, see “MLA Works Cited: Electronic Sources (Web Publications)” at]

  4. Turabian (8th ed.): “Gun Control” Last modified on February 18, 2016. Accessed on February 25, 2016. “School Uniforms around the World.” Last modified on August 28, 2014. Accessed on February 25, 2016.

    [For more details on this Turabian citation, see “Web site” at

Please note that some citation methods require information like “last updated on [day, month year]” to represent the day that the cited Internet source was updated. To accommodate those citation methods, provides, on nearly every page, information about when that page was last updated. Those references look like this: “Last updated on: 3/24/2011 2:11:10 PM PST

If you are unsure of which style protocol to follow, please consult your teacher, editor, or appropriate authority.