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NAME of the Web page
AUTHORS/CREATORS of the Web page
URL of Web page. This is not in the new MLA standards, but teachers usually want you to include it.
Citation for this page: Schrock, Kathy and Rockwell. Tornado unit support site. Kathy and Rockwell Schrock. 11 Oct. 2011. Web. 16 Jan. 2014. <http://tornadoresources.weebly.com>
Citation parts. Creator or editor of page. Name of site. Creator or sponsor. Date created (if available). Web. Date accessed. <URL of page>
See the live page. tornadoresources.weebly.com One of the biggest misconceptions that people have is that when it comes to tax refunds they think they need to make loads of money and pay lots of money in. This just isn’t the case in the world...
This is NOT the name of the page. The name shows up in the browser bar on top and on the tab.
This page was not created by a company, but by two individuals.