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Chicago Citation Style

Citing Web Sources

Web Page

(CMS 14.245)

Full Note:

1. Firstname M. Lastname, "This Is the Title of the Web Page," This is the Owner or Sponsor of the Site, last modified Month Day, Year, http://URL.

1. Joanne M. Zellers, "African Peoples' Encounters with Others," Africana Collections: An Illustrated Guide, last modified November 15, 2010, http://www.loc.gov/rr/amed/guide/afr-encounters.html.

Short Note:

2. Zellers, "African Peoples' Encounters."

Bibliography:

Zellers, Joanne M. "African Peoples' Encounters With Others." Africana Collections: An Illustrated Guide. Last modified November 15, 2010. http://www.loc.gov/rr/amed/guide/afr-encounters.html.

Include a publication date or date of revision or modification (see CMS 14.8); if no such date can be determined, include an access date (see CMS 14.7).

Blog 

(CMS 14.246)

Note:

1. Chris Buckley, "‘White-Haired Girl,’ Opera Created Under Mao, Returns to Stage," Sinosphere (blog), New York Times, November 10, 2015, http://sinosphere.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/11/10/white-haired-girl-opera-created-under-mao-returns-to-stage/.

Citations of blog entries are generally relegated to the notes; a frequently cited blog, however, may be included in the bibliography.