Yo, let me tell you how to cite a website using the IEEE citation style. It’s mad easy, but you gotta follow the format, you feel me? 🔍
First, you gotta start with the author’s name, if there is one. If there’s no author, you can skip this part. Then you gotta put the title of the page in quotation marks, followed by the name of the website in italics. Make sure to capitalize the first letter of each main word in the title and website name. 📝
Next, you gotta put the date the website was published or last updated in parentheses, followed by the date you accessed the website in square brackets. The date format should be year-month-day. For example, (2023-04-19). Don’t forget the URL of the website, which should be in angle brackets. 🔗
Here’s an example:
J. Smith, “How to Cite a Website Using IEEE Citation Style,” Tech Tips, [2023-04-19]. Available: https://www.techtips.com/how-to-cite-a-website-using-ieee-citation-style.
Boom, that’s it! Now you can cite any website using the IEEE citation style like a pro. 💪