Quick Guide to APA Citation Style: Web Site Citation
Include the author (if listed), title of the Web page and, in some cases, the title of the site on which the page is located, and date of creation or last update. If no date is given on the page, use "n.d" ("no date") in its place. Then add "Retrieved [date page was accessed] from [URL of the page]." Date of retrieval is included because the content is likely to change (www.apastyle.org)
Hanes-Ramos, M. (2009, February 5). Bare bones 101: A very basic tutorial on
searching the web. University of South Carolina, Beaufort Library.
Retrieved October 28, 2009, from
GVU's 8th WWW user survey.(n.d.). Retrieved August 8, 2009, from