I have found two pdf. page online but I don't know how to cite them MLA. Its for my works cited page.
Most Helpful Guy
Were you not given a manual by your professor/faculty? Isn't there one you can download from your faculty's or institute's website? At my university, every institute has slightly different rules for citation. I definitely wouldn't trust automatic citation machines online.
Also, what exactly is that pdf? The citation depends on the content type of document (journal article, website etc.) not on the file type.1
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The format of the document (PDF, . docx, pptx etc.) really has nothing to do with it. It's about the type of article. Is this a scholarly source from a journal? A book section? A magazine article? A newspaper article? Identify what kind of material the actual source itself is and that will tell you what to search to figure out how to site it. PurdueOwl is a great resource once you've determined this.
This is because the same source might be a PDF in one place, html text on a website in another, and printed in a book in another. So it has much more to do with the information itself.
In general, you will be looking for, author, title of the article, title of the source (if it's from something larger like a magazine, journal, or book), publication information, access date (the date you found it), and sometimes editors if they're listed. The type of source will rearrange information or add details that don't apply to other sources. For example, you wouldn't need to put the issue number of a journal if you're citing a book.1