Editor, author, or compiler name (if available). Name of Site. Version number. Name of institution/organization affiliated with the site (sponsor or publisher), date of resource creation (if available). Medium of publication. Date of access.
Citing websites in MLA style is similar to citing books or periodicals: the difference is that the information you're looking for may be absent or harder to find. In general, when citing a website, try to find as much of the following information as possible, then insert it into the basic format (Above). Omit what you cannot find. Remember you are not required to provide the URL, but you may opt to if your professor desires or if you're having difficulty finding information for the citation.
Examples MLA 8th Edition
Web site with author or editor
Cremonese, Rocco. English LibGuide. Bailey Library, 2016, sru.libguides.com/English
Web site with organization as author
Slippery Rock University. Welcome to Slippery Rock, 2015, http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/community/Pages/welcome.aspx
Web site with no author
The Chic Clique. University of Fashion, 2012, www.fashion.com/chicclique
Website with no title
Thoms, Ned. Home Page. Slippery Rock U, 2013, www.sru.edu/home
Short Work from a Website (I.E. Blog Post)
Radcliffe, David. "Rethinking Office Space." Official Google Blog, 27 Feb. 2015, http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2015/02/rethinking-office-space.html
(Note: If you're citing a blog post or a comment without a title, use "Blog post" or "Blog comment" as the title.