Corporate Author or Organization. (Year, Month Date). Title of web page in italics: Capitalize first word in title and subtitle. Hyperlinked URL
When the Corporate Author or Organization and the name of the website are different, add the website name before the URL.
(Corporate Author name, Year, para. #).
It is rare that a web page will not have either a personal or a corporate author or sponsoring organization. Consider the reliability of any sources without an author or sponsoring organization.
Use the page title in place of the author name. For your in-text citation, it is acceptable to use a shortened version of the title.
Title of article. (Year, Month Date). Website name. Hyperlinked URL
(Title of article, Year, para. #).
The content of wikis changes over time. It is recommended that you:
Title of article. (Year, Month Date of the page published). In Wikipedia. Hyperlinked URL of archived version of page
("Title of entry in quotation marks", 2020, para. #).
Author Last Name, Author initials or username if no name given. (Year, Month Day). Title of blog post. Publisher. Hyperlinked URL
(Author Last Name or username, Year, para. #).
Look at the top and bottom of the web page for a publication date. You are looking for a date that applies to the content you are citing.
Beware of the copyright or last updated date in the footer of the web page. This is often a site-wide footer, and not related to the publication date of the page.
If no date is clear on the web page, enter (n.d.) in place of the publication year.
APA style suggests that you use shortened URLs or DOIs if they are long or complex. Any shortened URL or DOI is acceptable as long as the link takes you to the correct location! Below are some websites that allow you to shorten a DOI or URL.