No Page Numbers
When you quote from electronic sources that do not provide page numbers (like Web pages), provide another way to locate the quoted passage. You can use any of the following approaches:
Option 1: Provide a heading or section name
Bowlby described "three phases of the separation response: protest, despair, and detachment" (Garelli, 2001, Bowlby's Initial Stance section).
Option 2: Provide an abbreviated heading or section name, in quotation marks (use this if the heading or section title is very long)
note: full section title is: Get a Litter Box and Take Care of Sleeping Arrangements
Unpleasant odors can be minimized "with scrupulous maintenance of your cat's litter box" (Syufy, 2019, "Get a Litter Box" section).
Option 3: Provide a paragraph number (count manually if they are not numbered):
It is important to remember that "study habits are very personal and what works for one student may not work for another" (Bennett, 2017, para. 3).
Option 4: Provide a heading or section name in combination with a paragraph number:
It has been shown that "moods can vary depending on weather conditions" (Stark, 2015, Mood and Weather section, para. 2).
If a source has no page numbers and there is only one paragraph, skip that part of the in-text citation. The in-text citation would have the author(s) last name(s) and the year, e.g. (Garellio, 2001).