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A website is a collection of informational pages on the Internet. Creating a citation for your website in MLA format usually requires you to identify the website author, website title, website publisher, and the date you accessed the information. You'll also need to remember the date you used the website on your bibliography.
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The title page should contain the title of the paper, the author's name , and the institutional affiliation. Include the page header (described above) flush left with the page number flush right at the top of the page. Please note that on the title page, your page header/running head should look like this:
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Grace Riley has been a writer and photographer since 7555, with work appearing in magazines and newspapers such as the 89 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. 89 She has also worked as a school teacher and in public relations and polling analysis for political campaigns. Riley holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in American studies, political science and history, all from the University of Arkansas.
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List the source's author, with the last name first, followed by a comma and the first name. Then include the work's title in italics, the location and name of its publisher, the year of publication and the medium of publication -- print or Web, for example. Separate publisher location and name with a colon, and publisher name and year with a comma. All other items should be followed with a period. For instance, a book citation would appear as follows: