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If you wish to be a writer,
Epictetus, 55 - 135
Greek Stoic philosopher

Website citation series

Turabian/Harvard Website citations

(Guidelines below)

General guidelines:

  • List entries alphabetically by author (if no author list title first)
  • Separate items of entries by periods
  • General format:
    Author last name, first initial. Published date. Webpage title. Publisher and location. Accessed date. Available from URL.
  • indent after first line by five spaces
  • n.d. refers to no published date being found

* There is no definitive Harvard style.
You are encouraged to find examples from your department or instructor for variations.


Landsberger, J. n.d. Citing Websites. Study Guides and Strategies, St. Paul, MN. Accessed 13 May, 2005. Available from

Remember to refer to your department or instructor
as to the

  • Type of style required
  • Any variations
  • Respective manuals for sequencing the list, for page notes, and for other detailed information

See also:
Harvard Style Tip Sheet, University of Canterbury - Christchurch, New Zealand
Turabian Citation Style Guide, Research Guide, University of Georgia Libraries

Citation styles:

AMA | APA | MLA | Chicago | Turabian/Harvard |
Essay and writing sequence

Flash exercise contributed by Jordan Noll and Dr. Brad Hokanson, Interactive Media (DHA 4384) School of Design, University of Minnesota. Adapted and revised by Joe Landsberger