How do I create an MLA citation for articles I found online?
The formatting rules for non-periodical works found on the internet are:
Author's name. Title of the work (italicized if the work is independent; in roman type and quotation marks if the work is part of a larger work). Title of the main Web site (italicized), if different from the title of the work). Version if available. Publisher or sponsor of the site—if not available use N.p., Date of publication if available—n.d. if no date is available. Web. Date of access.
“Obama Follows Clinton's Path But Hopes for a Different Ending.” CNN.com. Cable News Network, 18 Aug. 2009. Web. 18 Aug. 2009.
You can use citation generators to automatically create citations for websites. Some are listed in the COM Library Cite MLA Style Libguide linked below, under the Cite MLA the EZ Way! tab.