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The {{web}} template is used to make a citation for a Web page. Sources that use the {{web}} template are added to Category:Web sources.

Full syntax

Template with all parameters Parameter Description
first1 First author's first name. For a Web page with only one author, first can be used as a synonym.
last1 First author's last name, or the whole name of the first author when that author has a single name (such as an organization). For a Web page with only one author, last can be used as a synonym.
first2 Second author's name.
title Web page title. This should normally be in sentence case.
subtitle Web page subtitle. This should be in sentence case.
description Description of the Web page, in lieu of (or in addition to) the title.
org The organization that owns or controls the Web site.
site The name of the Web site.
date The date of the Web page (not the access date).
url The URL of the Web page. Multiple URLs can be provided, separated by spaces.
wayback A Wayback Machine URL for a copy of the page archived by the Internet Archive. Multiple URLs can be provided, separated by spaces.
note A note to be appended to the end of the citation.
is-subref Set this parameter to true when citing this article inside the definition of another source in the "Source" namespace. This changes some punctuation and suppresses the categorization of the source in Category:Web sources.
source-name The page name of this source (in the "Source" namespace). This is used to provide a link to the source page.

Usage examples

 |title=Rope magnate Mary Irwin operated one of the city's largest industries
 |org=90.5 WESA

Katie Blackley. "Rope magnate Mary Irwin operated one of the city's largest industries." 90.5 WESA, Mar. 19, 2019. https://www.wesa.fm/post/rope-magnate-mary-irwin-operated-one-citys-largest-industries. [view source]blackley

 |title=Back to Pennsylvania Route 28
 |site=History Sidebar

D. S. Rotenstein. "Back to Pennsylvania Route 28." History Sidebar, June 8, 2019. https://blog.historian4hire.net/2019/06/08/back-to-route-28/. [view source]rotenstein-route-28

 |title=Bethoven St. vs. Beethoven St.
 |org=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
 |site=Staff Blogs

Elizabeth Bloom. "Bethoven St. vs. Beethoven St." Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Staff Blogs, Nov. 24, 2014. http://blogs.post-gazette.com/arts-entertainment/measured-words/42973-bethoven-st-vs-beethoven-st.

 |title=Google Ngram Viewer

"Google Ngram Viewer." https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=center%2Ccentre&year_start=1800&year_end=2000&corpus=17. [view source]centre-ngrams

 |title=John Ormsby family
 |subtitle=Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203
 |site=Pittsburgh Brewers: Every brewery ever in Pittsburgh

Ed Vidunas and pittsburghbrewers.com. "John Ormsby family: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203." Pittsburgh Brewers: Every brewery ever in Pittsburgh, June 20, 2020. http://www.pittsburghbrewers.com/styled-57/styled-58/; archived at https://web.archive.org/web/20220117154541/http://www.pittsburghbrewers.com/styled-57/styled-58/. [view source]vidunas-ormsby

 |description=Street view, College Ave at Holden St
 |org=Google Maps

Street view, College Ave at Holden St. Google Maps, Aug. 2015. https://goo.gl/maps/8yFgyEdLM6iJUH52A. [view source]street-view-college-holden