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Where do I find the date for the webpage I want to reference?

Is the website copyright date at the bottom of the page suitable or should I write n.d. if the actual page I'm referencing has no date?
Last Updated: Sep 16, 2015  |  67 Views
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The publication date can be taken from anywhere on a webpage. It can be found at the top of the page, the bottom, or on the sides so look carefully before concluding that there is no date. When you use a copyright date, put the year only without a leading "c".  If no publication date can be found, put n.d. in place of the date.

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