Citing web pages correctly isn't hard--but it does mean you may have to search for some information on other parts of the site than the page you're looking at.
According to guidelines in the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (1999), a bibliographic citation follows this order, using the punctuation shown in each section:
So, if you accessed Naomi Wood's Website on 28 September 2001, and it had last been updated on 1 December 2000, your citation would look like this:
If you want to credit a particular page of the site (this one, for example), you do so like this:
For more information, see the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library's very helpful site explaining how everything works using color-codes: http://www.cwpost.liunet.edu/cwis/cwp/library/workshop/citation.htm