What you need to include:
The Chicago Manual of Style recommends that you approach webpages in the same way as you would any print resources. For online books and journal articles, see the Referencing a Book or Referencing a Journal Article pages.
The general principle of providing the information someone would need to find the resource should be applied. This would include author, title of the specific page, a description if the title is vague, and the URL.
Where a webpage has been updated, and you can find this information on the webpage, you should include this information.
Footnote / endnote format:
Google. "Algorythms". Google Inside Search. https://www.google.co.uk/insidesearch/howsearchworks/algorithms.html
Ensure you include all the punctuation required in your reference.
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