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Using Chicago Style: Wesley Seminary Students: Web Pages/Sites

What Are You Citing?

Color is used in the examples below only to help you identify the elements of a citation. You should not format your citations in color.

For more information about any particular element of the citation samples, e.g., if you want to know how to include and punctuate author information for items with more than one author, or for information about shortening titles, refer to the tab in this LibGuide titled Elements of a Citation.

If your question is not answered by the LibGuide, refer to The Chicago Manual of Style (see Getting Started tab for a link to the catalog record for the CMS).

For a source that does have a discernable publication or revision date, CMOS asks you to include an access date.

More information and examples of Notes and Bibliography entries for Website Content are available in the CMOS Online Notes and Bibliography Style: Sample Citations for Website Content.

 

Chicago Manual of Style Website Content in Table Format