Thanks for the advice! Btw, the way to code a source is [ ] <--- here you put in the word you want to represent your source, such as "Source" or "here". The number changes however many times you use one of these codes (e.g. the first link will be , the second link will be , etc.)
^ Here is where you copy/paste the link from the webpage you want to source. Be sure NOT to put a space between the colon(:) and the link. The number follows the same pattern as the one above.
I got my information from [this source.]