The following list contains examples of references formatted for web resources.
The relevant Chicago Manual of Style chapters are linked to so that more information can be located easily in the online manual.
Include as much of the following as can be determined:
The title or description of the specific page; the title or description of the site as a whole (if different from sponsor); the owner/sponsor of the site; a publication/revision date; and a URL.
Titles of web pages or sections are capitalised headline-style and placed in quotation marks. Titles of websites are capitalised headline-style without quotation marks and not italicised.
Titles of blogs are italicised and titles of blog posts are placed in quotation marks.
If in doubt about whether something is a blog or a website, treat the title like that of a website.
Include a publication date or date of revision or modification (a copyright date is also acceptable). If a date cannot be found, include an access date in the first footnote and bibliography citations.