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Citation, Documentation of Sources
Q. In our reference section, websites will not show dates (of access or site creation). Where would you then place a website entry (without a date) within an alphabetized entry that has numerous em-dash entries by the same author? Thank you.
A. Chicago style uses n.d. to mean “no date” at the beginning of such an entry. You can put all the n.d. items together at the top or bottom of that author’s works, arranged in alphabetical order by title.