Last name, First name. Name of site. Publisher or sponsor of site, date of publication (if available), URL.
Felluga, Dino. Introductory Guide to Critical Theory. Purdue University, 31 Jan. 2011, www.cla.purdue.edu/english/theory/.
"Literary Analysis: Using Elements of Literature." Roanne State Community College, www.roanestate.edu/owl/elementslit.html.
- Including the date of access is optional. MLA strongly recommends including it if the source provides no date specifying when it was produced or published. The second example above shows a website that does not have a publication date, so the date of access is used instead. Note that the placement of the two dates is different.
- The publisher's name can often be found in a copyright notice at the bottom of the homepage or on a page that gives information about the site. If the author is not known, or is the same as the publisher, then list it only once (see second example).
- Do not include https:// when listing a URL. If a "permalink" or DOI is available, include it instead as it is a more stable link to the resource.