According to my college (Hollins University), Turabian is the preffered method of citation on college papers, though there are other methods. Always be sure to ask your professor or teacher BEFORE turning in the paper if there is any citation method he or she prefers above others (some can be anal-retentive about doing it "their way or the highway").
Author's FIRST and LAST name. Title of work (use either the title of an essay or the page title). Title of web page. Year (or n.d. if none available). At (URL). Date accessed.
(Format like a paragraph: indent the first line only.)
Author's LAST name, then FIRST. Title of work. Title of web page . Year (or n.d. if none available). At (URL). Date accessed.
(Format as an inverse paragraph: indent every line but the first.)
1 Keri Peardon. Women in the Vampire World. Everything You Need to Know About Vampires. 1999. At (http://www.angelfire.com/tn/vampires/index.html). November 25, 2001.
Peardon, Keri. Women in the Vampire World. Everything You Need to Know About Vampires. 1999. At (www.angelfire.com/tn/vampires/index.html). November 25, 2001.
You can highlight and copy my examples and paste them into your paper-- making sure to change the title of the page your information came from, as necessary. If your professor wants to know how recent this information is (I've certainly added things since my initial start-up date), you can either list the last update that I have done (regardless of what I actually updated), or you can roll your eyes and point out that it's information about medieval vampires; it's not like there are any new theories coming out, or any old ones being dismissed.