Other changes include:
- simplified format for citing Web publications
- new citation format for graphic narratives
- new citation format for digital files
- no requirement to include a URL for a Web publication, unless the citation information does not easily lead readers to the site
- inclusion of volume and issue number for every journal article cited
- new instructions for preparing figure, tables, and captions
Or, if you buy your own copy, MLA provides an activation code for the Handbook Web site, where you can browse the complete contents of the print volume and see additional citation examples.
Here are a few online citation guides that incorporate the seventh edition changes:
- Dixie State College of Utah MLA Citation Guide
- Duke University Libraries: Assembling a List of Works Cited in Your Paper
- Scottsdale Community College MLA Citation Guide
p.s. APA users, don't rest easy thinking you're off the hook. The sixth edition of the APA Publication Manual is on its way!