Many of the library databases will create your citations for you. Look for the "cite" feature - usually found along with "print" and "save."
Note: Database citations are not always perfect. Double check them!
Here is an example from the ProQuest database:
Here are some tips on where to find the information you need to site an article you find on a free website.
Note: If you are unable to find most of this information, you may want to re-evaluate the website.
Remember that citing articles from a newspaper website or magazine website is different then citing an article from a webpage.
These sites will help create the citations for you. But ALWAYS check the citation generated against the guidelines given by your instructor!