Answered By: Gwen Jones
Last Updated: Aug 13, 2015     Views: 1918

The following information is taken from the Harvard Style Referencing guide:

A reference to a World Wide Web document should include the following information, in this order:

  • The author(s), editor(s) or corporate author(s) of the document (if they can be identified)
  • Date of publication (in round brackets)
  • The title of the document, which must be in italics (or the first few words of the document if the title is not clear)
  • [Online]
  • Place of publication
  • Publisher
  • Available from: followed by the URL
  • Accessed: followed by the date the document was accessed (in round brackets)

For example:

Pears, R. & Shields, G. (1995) Cite them right: referencing made easy [Online] Northumbria: Northumbria University. Available from: http://www.unn.ac.uk/central/isd/cite/index.htm (Accessed: 21 May 2004).

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