I have to cite online sources in the following way:
Author. (Year), Title, url : URL, [Access Date = Datum der Recherche].
It could look like this:
Reuters. (2011), Endnote, URL: www.endnote.com, [Access Date = 06/16/2011].
As you can see I’d like to have the term URL in capital letters, not in lower case, like I have at the moment. However if I write URL in capital letters, it is recognized as a field and the output is the following:
Reuters. (2011), Endnote, www.endnote.com: www.endnote.com, [Access Date = 06/16/2011].
Any ideas how I could get my desired result?
What output style are you using? Assuming that the format follows the style guidelines for your discipline or publication:
- Enter the info in the reference type’s URL field as:
EndNote, URL: www.endnote.com
Note: The underlining can be removed in MS Word by modifying the Styles template.
- Enter the date info in the reference type’s Access Date field as:
[Access Date = 06/16/2011]
You just need to add a ` character in front of the the URL word that you want to remain as text and not be replaced by the field itself.
Awesome! Thank you for the hint. URL: in ``works great:
Author. (Year), Title,
URL: URL, [Access Date = Datum der Recherche].