Web Pages

MLA style does not require listing a web page's URL on your works cited page unless it is necessary for relocating the cited page, or in other words, if you feel the source will be difficult to relocate via search engines. If you do include the URL, break the line only after double or single slashes (//) or (/).

Include as much of the following as possible: author or editor's name, title of web page, title of broader website, sponsoring organization, last updated date (1st date listed), and date visited (2nd date listed).

Without URL

Culligan, John, ed. "Biofuels and University Economics." School of Natural Sciences. U of Western Oregon, Oct. 2008. Web. 25 Mar. 2009.

With URL

Culligan, John, ed. "Biofuels and University Economics." School of Natural Sciences. U of Western Oregon, Oct. 2008. Web. 25 Mar. 2009. <http://wou.edu/natscience/research/culligan.html>