Click on the plus sign (+) or name of the source type to see examples below.
See also MLA Handbook: 9th Edition, pages 324-327.
Format for a webpage:
Author Last Name, First Name. "Title of the Webpage. " Title of Website, Date, URL without http://.
Government of Alberta. "Alberta's Opiod and Addiction Response." Alberta, 2021, www.alberta.ca/alberta-opioid-crisis-response.aspx.
Last Name, First Name. "Title of Article." Title of Website, Date, URL without http://.
Griffin, Marie. "Sylvia Plath - Poet, Author: Great Talent in Great Darkness." Verywell, 24 Mar. 2015, www.verywell.com/sylvia-plath-poet-author-378742.
No Author and no Date:
“A Guide to Paris for Literature Lovers.” Girls Guide to Paris, girlsguidetoparis.com/guide-paris-literature-lovers.
Twitter Name [Twitter Handle]. "The entire tweet word-for-word." Twitter, Date Month Year of Tweet, URL.
CBC News [@CBCNews]. "Bee-sized drones use static electricity to perch like bats http://ift.tt/1rX2uSf." Twitter, 19 May 2016, twitter.com/CBCNews/status/733384083313721344.
Jemma [@jlm_86]. "Pillar post coverings in Plymouth, Devon!! Just in time for Remembrance Day..." Twitter, 2 Nov. 2021, twitter.com/jlm_86/status/1455484129978560513.
Author Name. Comment on "Title of Web Article / Page." Title of Website, Date Month year, Time, URL without http://
Martin, Phillip. Comment on "Coming to Terms with my Unread Pile." Book Riot, 19 May 2016, 1:55 p.m., bookriot.com/2016/05/19/17-great-upcoming-books-about-women/.
"Title of Source." Title of Website, uploaded by Author First Name Last Name or username, Publication Date, URL without http://
"Literary Devices in Pop Culture." YouTube, uploaded by cwalden43, 11 July 2012, youtu.be/U_pxfifB6Csample