When no author is provided, use the title of the source in place of the author's name in the references list. Follow APA rules for capitalization and formatting, depending on the type of source. List the entry alphabetically by the first word in the title:
Title. (Year, Month Day if available). Website name. Hyperlinked URL
If the author is listed as Anonymous, use Anonymous where you would normally place the author.
Follow APA rules for capitalization and formatting, depending on the type of source. Below is an example of an Anonymous article from a newspaper.
Anonymous. (Year, Month Day). Title of article. Title of Source. Hyperlinked URL
When no title is available, write a description of the item and place it in square brackets. Put this information where you would normally put the title.
Author lastname, Author initials. (Year, Month Day). [Description of work in square brackets]. Website Name. Hyperlinked URL
(Author lastname, Year).
If no page number is available (as is the case with websites), include the paragraph number.
If there are many paragraphs that are too difficult to count, add a section/heading (if available).
When no publication date is available, enter the abbreviation n.d. in place of the publication date.
(Author lastname, n.d.).