Note: Use this when the part of the website you are referring to is produced by the organisation behind the website. If you are citing a piece written on a website by a named author then treat as you would an E-book.
Title of homepage
Place of publication: (if available)
Publisher; (if available)
Year of publication of home page.
[Type of material if required e.g. Chart/Video/Podcast etc.],
Title of web page/chart/image/table;
Date of publication of webpage/chart/image/ – only insert if different to date of publication of website] [updated year month day; cited year month day];
If applicable, approximate number e.g. of screens [about 1 screen] or unit of time [about 3 min.].
Note: You should try not to shorten the URL
Example of an individual webpage on a website
Cancer Research UK [Internet]. [London]: Cancer Research UK; [date unknown]. Trials and research; [updated 2013 Aug 27; cited 2013 Aug 27]. Available from: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancerhelp/trials/%20?ssSourceSiteId=home
Example of individual webpage (chart) with same publication date as the website.
Fruit & veggies more matters [Internet]. [place unknown]: Produce for Better Health Foundation; 2013. [Chart], Ways to get more; [cited 2013 Jul 22]; [about 1 screen]. Available from: http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/ways-to-get-more?iCat=22
Example of a podcast:
Swansea University College of Medicine: Integrated Clinical Method [Internet]. [Swansea]: Swansea University College of Medicine; 2010. [Podcast], Thyroid gland examination; [cited 2012 Jul 25]; [about 3 min.]. Available from: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/swansea-universitycollege/id264355722
Example of a video on the internet:
Macmillan Cancer Support [Internet]. [London]: Macmillan Cancer Support; [2011?]. [Video], What is cancer? [updated 2011 Oct 1; cited 2013 Jan 7]; [about 20 sec.]. Available from: http://www.macmillan. org.uk/Cancer information/Aboutcancer/Whatiscancer.aspx