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Answered By: Michael Pujals Last Updated: Sep 28, 2018 Views: 117
For the in-text citation of an article found on the Internet you would do the traditional author date style: (author last name, date of article).
If you are on a organization's website you can use the name of the organization (AKA Corporate Author) and the date: (Centers for Disease Control, 2013).
If there is no author name, use the first few words of the article and the date: ("Tutoring and APA", 2012).
Use the first few words of the article and the date: ("Tutoring and APA") and don't worry about including a page number.