Usually your school or research organization gives you a .bst file to work with. e.g. tktl.bst This has the styles you need to work with in some sort of functional bibtex language. I was looking for something to give attribution or cite material like W3C specs on the web. THANKFULLY there was something in tktl.bst that does it, as the latex defaults I don't think cut it. In my bst my favourite is @www-inproceedings. You could write a bst yourself, but I am sure that is probably not a good idea. When compiling your tex look closely for warnings. Sort them out. For reference: http://svn.natalian.org/school/thesis/tktl/references.bib

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