- “Website,” EasyBib Blog, http://content.easybib.com/citation-guides/mla-format/how-to-cite-a-website-mla/ (accessed May 10, 2013).
- “How to Cite a Site,” Pikes Peak Library District’s Regional History Series, http://www.regionalhistoryseries.org/3/post/2013/05/how-to-cite-a-site.html (accessed May 10, 2013).
Citing printed sources is pretty straight-forward. Though not all of the elements are always present, the author, title, publisher, place and date of publication, and the page numbers are normally easy to identify. Websites and blogs can be more difficult to cite because these elements are not always easy to identify or are consistent between websites. The EasyBib Blog entry for “Website” provides several examples of where the bibliographic elements are located on web pages. Below is a citation for this blog entry in the Regional History Series style based on Turabian. Click on the url to go to the blog. Below the EasyBib citation is a citation for this blog entry as another example.