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Websites can be tricky for any citation style. The key principle in Chicago style is providing information to the reader about which person or organization created the site, the title of the actual page you refer to, and on which date you visited the site and saw the information you are citing. Sometimes you have to root around in the site a bit to get this information. Please see brief information in the "Quick Guide" shown in the link below about websites, weblogs, email messages and databases. For more detail see the Chicago Manual of Style.