Harvard Examples - Internet sources - Web page

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In-text

Standard in-text citation examples are in Getting started - In-text citation.

Reference List

Web page with year only

Template

Author. Year. "Title." Accessed Month Date, Year. http://www.xxxxxx.

Example

Ticketscript. 2016. "A look into the future of event technology for festivals." Accessed March 23, 2018. https://company.ticketscript.com/uk/future-of-event-technology-for-festivals/.

Web page with date

Template

Author. Year. "Title." Last modified Month Day, Year. http://www.xxxxxx.

Example

Ernst, Christopher and Donna Chrobot-Mason. 2017. "If the world is flat, why does it feel so bumpy?" Last modified December 2, 2017. http://www.ccl.org/leadership/enewsletter/2010/DECif.aspx.

Notes

Instead of 'last modified' the page might say something else, such as 'last revised'.

Use the most directly responsible author. An author can be an individual, or a corporate author such a government department, company, organisation or publisher who is responsible for the website.

Use the most direct date available. A date of revision, modification, publication or copyright can serve as the source for the de facto year of publication.

Information may be located directly near the top or bottom of the content, or be in the banner above, or be at the bottom footer of a page.