The term cite, or citation, describes quoting or mentioning an author, book, passage, or website when referencing another writer's work.
Computer Hope citation information
To reference a page on Computer Hope, include the full URL, the page title, and 'Computer Hope,' which is considered the author (corporate author). Below are examples of how the Computer Hope Safe Mode web page., viewed on August 28, 2022, could be referenced.
APA (American Psychological Association) style
Computer Hope, Getting into Windows Safe Mode. August 28, 2022, from https://www.computerhope.com/issues/chsafe.htm
MLA (Modern Language Association) style
Computer Hope contributors. "Getting into Windows Safe Mode." Computer Hope. 28 August. 2022.
The MLA style does not require a URL. However, if this is for a school assignment, some instructors may want you to include it.
MLA (Modern Language Association) style with URL
Computer Hope contributors. "Getting into Windows Safe Mode." Computer Hope. 28 August. 2022, computerhope.com/issues/chsafe.htm.
How to create a citation online
Many online tools are available for automatically creating citations in any required style. The free KnightCite citation tool can generate citations in the MLA, APA, or Chicago styles. References can be created for books, newspapers, art, TV shows, songs, websites, and more.
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