In-text citation for a webpage (MLA style, 8th ed.)
To correctly cite sources using MLA style, you must include both an in-text citation and the full source citation.
The first step occurs while you're writing within the main body of your paragraph or essay. Each time that you include a fact, quote, chart, image, or other piece of information that you first saw in another source, you must pause at that moment and give credit to the original source. This is called the in-text citation because it's placed inside the main text of your project.
For MLA style, you must provide in-text, parenthetical citations each time you quote from, paraphrase, or summarize a source. For each source, give the author’s last name and page number, if available. If no page number is available, then write "n. pag."