Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: Mar 08, 2017 Views: 526
If there is no date available for a resource, then use the abbreviation n.d. for no date within parentheses in place of the year of publication.
Here is an example:
Gingersnap, Y. (n.d.). How cookies can help you with writer’s block. Retrieved from: http://www.madeupurl.com
In the text the citation would appear as (Gingershap, n.d.) or, as according to Gingersnap (n.d.).
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