The Modern Language Association (MLA) has a few guiding principles to cite sources. The core elements of a citation are: author(s), title of source, title of container, version, number, publisher, publication date, location (url or doi) for online sources, and accessed date.
Sample website citation:
McCormick, Maggie. "Benefits of Getting a Bachelor of Arts Degree." Seattle PI, 2019. Hearst Seattle Media, https://education.seattlepi.com/benefits-getting-bachelor-arts-degree-3348.html. Accessed 10 Sept. 2019.
Note: The title of the article is in quotations, the title of the container, the website, is italicized.