Answered By: Amy Filiatreau Last Updated: Jul 14, 2018 Views: 47
For a website with no date, you generally add, "n.d." (meaning no date available) to the citation where the date would normally be.
Usually there is a way to find some information about who published a website.
Sometimes if you cannot find a date or a publisher, it may be best to look for another, clearer source.
If you still can't find the publisher, include the name of the website as the publisher.