mla work cited for wikipedia
First, locate these details for the article: article title, published date, access date, article URL (web address). The article title can be found at the top of the article, and the publish date can be found right at the bottom and looks something like This page was last edited on 28 June 2018, at 11:39 (UTC). The access date is the date you took information from the article (usually today).
Then use this template, replacing the colored placeholders with the information you found on the page:
To put an in-text citation for Wikipedia in APA, you would use the following format: (“Title of article,” n.d.)
When citing Wikipedia in-text, all you need is the article title. This is because Wikipedia is a collaborative website and there is no author or published date. The citation, which will be in parentheses, will have the title of the page or article in quotations. In place of the published date the common practice is to use n.d., which stands for no date.
“Pendragon.” Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia , 15 Dec. 2016, Wikimedia Foundation, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendragon.
Even if the entries are in alphabetical order, provide the page numbers if you are citing a print work: