If an item has no author, start the citation with the article title.
If, and only if, the article is signed "Anonymous," put the word Anonymous where you would normally place the author's name.
Italicize titles of journals, magazines and newspapers. Do not italicize the titles of articles.
Capitalize only the first letter of the first word of the article title. If there is a colon in the article title, also capitalize the first letter of the first word after the colon.
If an item has no date, use the short form n.d. where you would normally put the date.
Most articles will not need these in the citation. Only use them for online articles from places where content may change often, like a free website or a wiki.
If an article has no page numbers provided, leave that part of the citation out in the References List.
If an article doesn't appear on continuous pages, list all the page numbers the article is on, separated by commas. For example (4, 6, 12-14)
For newspaper articles, put p. before the page number if the article is one page long and pp. if it is more than one page