World Wide Web MLA Format

WORLD WIDE WEB

Include as much information as you can, so that someone else may find exactly what you did. Include as many of the following elements as you can.

Author. “Title of Article or Web Page Section.” Title of Project or Database. Available publishing information, including editor, version number, publication date, publisher. Date of access. <complete URL of page you are citing>.

 C (Kaku)
 W Kaku, Michio. “Is Time Travel Possible?” PBS Online. 11 Feb. 1998. PBS.
 15 Feb. 1998.<http://www.wnet.org/hawking/mysteries/html/
 kaku1-1.html>.

 C (Richter)
 W Richter, Richard P. The Postmodern Programme at Sixth Avenue. 30 May
 1999. 21 June 1999. <http://acad.ursinus.edu/~rrichter/indexold.html&gt;
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