how do i site a webb site
See example: www.psychologytoday.com/basics/positive-psychology
Which citation style are you required to use?
There are a few errors in your question:
Sentences begin with a capital letter.
The verb to cite is spelled with a c.
The pronoun I is always capitalized.
Website is one word.
Web would be spelled with one b.
In this sense, Web would be capitalized.
Questions end with a question mark.
How do I cite a website?
|link comment||answered Sep 29 '12 at 08:14 Peter Guess Expert|
A comment and a question regarding Peter's excellent answer.
The comment -- whether website is one word or two words (web site) is a matter of some current dispute. This sort of dispute is often the case with new words. Web site first appeared in print less than twenty years ago (1994).
Some dictionaries and style guides prefer the original two words while others prefer the one-word usage. Over the past several years, the one-word spelling has gained in popularity and, in all likelyhood, will be ubiquitous in another twenty years.
The question -- "In this sense, Web would be capitalized," in which sense? As used in the question? Or, as used in the previous sentence in Peter's answer. Web and Website are not proper nouns, at least in American usage, and should not be capitalized, except when they are the first word in a sentence.
|link||answered Sep 29 '12 at 15:45 Jeff Pribyl Grammarly Fellow|
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