how to reference websites harvard style
The second section covers how to create the citations that go in the body of your work to show where all the information you use has come from.
The guide first covers general points of how and why you should reference.
If the authors’ names form part of your sentence you do not need to include them in the parentheses. Otherwise, place both the name and the year, without punctuation, in parentheses.
BBC News (2014) ‘Lights out’ ends day of WW1 centenary commemorations. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28632223 (Accessed: 17 October 2012).
To be made up of:
Author(s), editor(s) or compiler – (person or organisation) Year (created or revised), Title of document – italicised, version number (if applicable), description of document (if applicable), Publisher or sponsor of the document, viewed date, .
Author(s) of page – (person or organisation) Year (page created or revised), Title of page – italicised, Publisher, sponsor or host of the webpage, Place of publication of the webpage, viewed date, .