Web site owner or sponsor if needed to identify the source. Date of publication (DD MM YYYY as in 15 June 2014). Note that often you will not have all of these items.
The Modern Language Association (MLA) Style is widely used for identifying research sources. Although it is not needed for the Works Cited, it may also be helpful to keep a record of how you located each source, such as the call numbers of books and URLs of web sites.
Here is a sample paper with the title as a question.
The site name will be available, but the Web site owner or sponsor will be the same or not known.
Simply double-space everything, but do not add extra spaces besides the double-space. The MLA does not require you to use Times New Roman as long as the font you choose is easily readable. As in Donald Kagan’s book, The Peloponnesian War, which often quotes Thucydides.