Only cite as a web page if the information is not published in print format. Use the date of last update if available, otherwise use the date of creation.
Web pages usually do not include pinpoints. However if pinpoints appear, they are usually paragraph numbers which should appear in square brackets.
Number Author, 'Title of Work', Web Page Title (Document Type, Day Month Year of Publication) Pinpoint <http://xxxxx>.
3 'Copyright Guide - Your Rights and Responsibilites', Copyright at UC (Web Page, 24 May 2011) <http://www.canberra.edu.au/copyright/guide>.
4 Dan MacIsaac, 'An Introduction to Action Research', Physics Education Server at Buffalo State College (Web Page, 1996)<http://physicsed.buffalostate.edu/danowner/actionrsch.html>.
7 Bob Dick, 'A Beginner's Guide to Action Research', Action Research & Action Learning for Community & Organisational Change (Web Page, 6 Februrary 2000) <http://www.scu.edu.au/schools/gcm/ar/arp/guide.htmp>.
11 ‘Burning to Manage Greenhouse Gas Emissions’, Fire Ecology, CSIRO (Web page, 10 December 2018)  <https://www.csiro.au/en/Research/LWF/Areas/Ecosystems-biodiversity/Managing-landscapes-for-biodiversity/Fire-ecology/Burning-emissions>
Web Page (enter website name in Publisher and full date in Last Update Date)
When a source is directly quoted in another work enter the reference as:
Full source, quoting Full source
Lorelle Burton, Drew Weston and Robin Kowalski, Psychology (Milton, 2nd ed, 2009), quoting J C Overholser, 'Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Social Phobia' (2002) 32 Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 125.
When a source is cited (or just mentioned) in another work enter the reference as:
Full source, cited in Full source
G E Schwartz, 'Personality and Health: An Integrative health Science Approach' in VP Makosky (ed), The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series: Vol 7 (American Psychological Association, 1987), cited in Lorelle Burton, Drew Weston and Robin Kowalski, Psychology (Milton, 2nd ed, 2009) 576.