There are numerous approaches to citing works from the Internet. In order to maintain consistency, the following points should be noted.
if there is no page number, use inverted commas at the beginning and end of the quote and add (Weida & Stolley, 2013). If no date is given, it is cited (Weida & Stolley, no date).
Weida and Stolley (2013) ...
.... (Weida & Stolley, 2013)
"....." (Weida & Stolley, 2013:25)
FORMAT OF A REFERENCE TO AN INTERNET SITE
Author’s/ Editor’s Surname, Initials. Year. (Or, “No date” if date of publication Is not given in the source). Title (in italics) [online]. Place of publication: Publisher (publisher in the traditional sense, or the organisation responsible for maintaining the site on the internet). Available from: URL < > [Date accessed]. (This is the date on which you viewed or downloaded the document)
EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO AN INTERNET SITE WITH A DATE
Smith, J. 1999. Outsourcing logistics [online]. Chicago: Logistics International. Available from: <http://www.logisticsinternational.org.us/html> [Accessed on: 28 November 1999].
Weida, S & Stolley, K. 2013. Developing strong thesis statements. Available from: <https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/588/1/> [Accessed on: 13 October 2015].
EXAMPLE OF A REFERENCE TO AN INTERNET SITE WITHOUT A DATE
Lane, C. et al. n.d. The future of professionalised work: UK and Germany compared [online]. London: Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society. Available from: <http://agf.org.uk/pubs/pdfs/1232web.pdf> [Accessed on: 10 May 2007].