Take note of the URL, the author of the page, the name of the website, the title of the article, the publication date, and the date when you retrieved the information. Choose a citation style: MLA, APA, or Chicago style. If using MLA, use the format: "Last name, first name (or name of the website, if no author available). "Title of article." Title of webpage/associated publication or college., year published. Web. Date of access (day month year)." Don't include the URL unless you've been specifically instructed to do so. Use hanging indention. Include the information in a Works Cited page.
An outliner (or "outline processor") is a specialized type of word processor used to view, create, build, modify, and maintain outlines. It is a computer program, or part of one, used for displaying, organizing, and editing hierarchically arranged text in an outline's tree structure . Textual information is contained in discrete sections called "nodes", which are arranged according to their topic-subtopic (parent-child) relationships, sort of like the members of a family tree . When loaded into an outliner, an outline may be collapsed or expanded to display as few or as many levels as desired.