In my project of revising my pre-existing citations, I've come across yet another instance that needs special attention. It is a webpage with a files section, in which the webmaster has "posted" files for download with her name, a date and a time.
It is almost as if the webmaster was intending to post other files and revisions. This looks like "blog-like" way of making the files available for download. So, I thought that I could try using something that employs QuickCheck Model for "BROADCASTS & WEB MISCELLANEA BLOGS, (Source List Entry covering a single posting)," EE p.787.
If such is the case, then I suspect that the following citation would work. But; perhaps you have a better suggestion?
Source List Entry
Lancaster, Judy. “merivale united cemeteries map.pdf, v.1.” Merivale United Church. Merivale United Church Cemetery. 16 February 2014, 11:03 AM. https://sites.google.com/site/merivalefallowfield/welcome-to-merivale/merivale-cemeteries-1 : 2021.
First (Full) Reference Note
Judy Lancaster (webmaster), “merivale united cemeteries map.pdf, v.1,” Merivale United Church, Merivale United Church Cemetery, 16 February 2014, 11:03 AM (https://sites.google.com/site/merivalefallowfield/welcome-to-merivale/merivale-cemeteries-1 : accessed 19 July 2021), downloadable files section.
Subsequent (Short) Notes
Lancaster, “merivale united cemeteries map.pdf, v.1,” downloadable files section.