Remember that your notes should be indicated by a superscript number. In order to insert a superscript, first type the number, then highlight it with your mouse. From here, you can either right-click and select the 'Font' option, then check the 'Superscript' box, or hold down Control and Shift and press the + key. For Macs, use the key instead of Control. You can also use the 'Font' controls in your toolbar.
If citing another type of source (book, journal, et cetera) that appears on a webpage, use that source's note format. Otherwise, notes and citations for webpage content should include the following elements:
The basic layout of a webpage note:
[indented tab]1. Author Firstname Lastname, “title of webpage,” name of publishing entity, publication/last modified date (if given), access date, URL.
Webpage with Date, No Author
1. “Style Guide,” Wikipedia, last modified July 18, 2008, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Style_guide.
Webpage with Date and Author
2. Mister Jalopy, “Effulgence of the North: Storefront Arctic Panorama in Los Angeles,” Dinosaurs and Robots, last modified January 30, 2009,