To cite an entire website, just include the web address in the text.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland website provides support services for psychology and psychologists in the Republic of Ireland (https://www.psychologicalsociety.ie/)
Reference: Author(s) Last name, Initials. (Year, month day; n.d. to indicate no date). Title of article. Title of web site. Retrieved from URL
Example: Gambill, G. (2011, April 6). Assad's survival strategy. Foreign Policy. Retrieved from http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/04/06/assads_survival_strategy
Reference: Title of webpage. (Year, month day). Retrieved from url.
Example: UCD Library – Online Tutorials. (2014, February 5). Retrieved from http://www.ucd.ie/library/supporting_you/tutorials/
Reference: Website author (Year published/Last updated) Title of internet site. Available at: URL (Accessed Day Month Year).
Example: International tourism partnership (2004). International tourism partnership. Available at: http://www.internationaltourismpartnership.org/ (Accessed 8 February 2009).
In-Text-Citation: (Website author, Year)
Example: Information available from their website (International Tourism Partnership, 2004) ….
Note: No Author? If the website author is not available, simply use the website name, e.g. (Website name, Year).
Reference: Webpage Author(s) Last name, Initials. (Year) Page title. Available at: URL (Accessed Day Month Year).
Example: Kelly, M. (2004) Environmental attitudes and behaviours: Ireland in comparative European perspective. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/environ/home.htm (Accessed 8 February 2009).
There are two styles of MHRA referencing - footnotes/bibliography style and author/date style. This guide covers notes/bibliography style. For more information on both types of styles please see information here from the Univeristy of St. Andrews, and here from the MHRA style guide online.
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Reference: Author's Last name, First name (if available). Name of Site, Day Month Year of resource creation (if available), Link/Location.
Example: Willett, Perry. Victorian Women’s Writers Project, 16 May 2000,
(Author Last name /Name of Site)
According to another source (Willett)....
Reference: Author's Last name, First name (if available). "Article Title." Website Title. Publisher of Website, Day Month Year of Publication. Location/Link.
Example: MacBride, Elizabeth."The super secret weapons of CEOs." BBC. BBC, 14 Sept. 2011, www.bbc.com/capital/story/20150714-the-secret-weapon-of-ceos.
Please note that there are two style of Chicago referencing: author/date style and notes/bibliography style. This guide covers notes/bibliography style.
In-Text Citation: Use a superscript number (like this: ¹) in the text at the place where you are indicating that you are citing from a source.
Footnote: #. “Title of webpage," Website name, Last modified: Month day, year, URL.
Bibliography: “Title of webpage." Website name. Last modified date, year. URL.
NOTE: When a source is referenced more than once on the same page a shortened form of footnote is used after the first reference, as seen below.