If you are citing an entire website, it is not necessary to include a citation for the website in your reference list. Simply include the title and address within the text of your paper.
The Kids Health website includes information for parents on children's health, behavior and development from birth through adolescence (http://kidshealth.org).
When citing specific information from individual web pages, use the following elements to create your citation. For more information on creating citations when some of the elements are missing, see the APA Style and Grammar Guidelines page on missing reference information.
More examples of citations for web pages are on the APA Style and Grammar Guidelines page.
Note: Citations with more than one line of text should have a hanging indent of 1/2 inch or 5 spaces.
Web page with author
Asmelash, L. (2019, August 14). Social media use may harm teens' mental health by disrupting positive activities, study says. CNN. https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/13/health/social-media-mental-health-trnd/index.html
Web page with organizational author
American Cancer Society. (2019). Genetics and cancer. http://www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-causes/genetics.html
Web page with no author
Claustrophobia. (2019, May 7). https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/claustrophobia/
If you link to original content, such as a blog post or news article, through social media, cite only that content, not the social media site. For more information on citing social media see the APA Style and Grammar Guidelines entries for YouTube videos, Facebook posts, and tweets.
Howcast. (2010, October 29). How to recognize claustrophobia symptoms [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6t5QL3ksAPA