To cite to a website in APA format, gather the information pertaining to the article on the website, including author name, publication date and the website's URL. Use that information in this format: Author Last Name, Author First Name. (Date of publication). Title. Retrieved from http://URL.
Sometimes information such as the author's name or the date of publication is missing. If this is the case, include as much information as possible. To make an in-text citation to a website using APA format, include the author's last name and the date of publication in parentheses. If the author's name is missing, use the title of the article instead.
Websites frequently distribute electronic versions of published documents, such as journal articles and newspaper stories. In this case the same basic rules apply, except the citation follows the same guidelines as a printed article. Format the information for a journal article published online as follows: Author, A., & Author, B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of journal [italicized], volume number [italicized]. Retrieved from http://URL.
Blog posts have special rules under APA style. To cite a blog in APA format, include the author, date, title and URL of the blog. If no name is available, use the author's screen name. An APA citation for a blog post looks something like this: A Fels. (2015, April 4). Do you Google your shrink? (Web log comment). Retrieved from http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com.