When looking for elements of your citation on a webpage, it's helpful to look in these places:
Remember, you may not be able to locate all the elements of the citation. If an element is not shared don't include it in your citation.
In MLA 8, the source type does not change the formatting of the citation. When citing a website look for the following information and assemble it in this order:
The elements together would look like this:
Combining the example elements, the citation would look like this:
Once you have identified the citation information of your source, Easybib will help you create a citation in the MLA 8 format.
Let's practice creating these citation in Easybib: