APA has slightly different rules for web content depending on the format.
If you are referring to a "normal" page on a web site (like the page you are looking at right now), you do not put the title of the page into italics.
James Cook University. (2013). Library use policy. Retrieved from https://www.jcu.edu.au/policy/student-services/library-use-policy
If you are citing a document (such as a PDF, Excel file, PowerPoint, Word document, etc) that can be downloaded from a web site, then you put the title in italics.
The Learning Centre. (n.d.). Proofreading. Retrieved from https://www.jcu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/207588/Proofreading.pdf
Using EndNote? See the note on the Information for EndNote Users page to find out how to make the italics work for a Web document.
Pattern for Web Page:
Author, A. A. (year). Title of web page. Retrieved from URL
Australian College of Nurse Practitioners. (2013). About nurse practitioners. Retrieved from http://www.acnp.org.au/index.cfm/about/about-nurse-practitioners/
Queensland Health. (2013). Health consumer information. Retrieved from http://access.health.qld.gov.au/hid/HealthConsumerInformation/index.asp
Waratah Wynyard Council. (n.d.). Location of public toilets. Retrieved from http://www.warwyn.tas.gov.au/page.aspx?u=266
Pattern for Document from the Web (note the title is in italics):
|Format||Author, A. A. (year). Title of document. Retrieved from URL|
American Psychiatric Association. (2012). How to write an APA style reference when information is missing. Retrieved from http://blog.apastyle.org/files/missing-pieces---apa-style-reference-table.pdf
Extensive Reading Foundation. (2011). The Extensive Reading Foundation's guide to extensive reading. Retrieved from http://erfoundation.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/ERF_Guide.pdf
Queensland Health. (2013). Food safety fact sheet 51: Food allergies. Retrieved from http://www.health.qld.gov.au/foodsafety/Documents/fs-51-allergies.pdf
How many authors? Remember, there are rules for how to set out a reference, depending on the number of authors.
If you are taking information from the website or web document, then you must cite the information as per the instructions given above.
However, if you are simply referring to the fact that the website exists, then you include the URL for the home page in text, and you do not include an entry in your reference list.
Queensland Health maintains a website which offers advice on clinical practice (https://www.health.qld.gov.au/clinical-practice) that can be a good resource for health workers.
Please note: This is only done when you are not using any information from the site. If you are not sure whether you can simply give the URL in text, or if you should cite the web resource with a proper in-text citation and an entry in your reference list, ask your librarian for assistance.
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