I just emailed you about this too - as with web pages, this can be much more difficult because citing is done by linking to a source. So it can be tricky. And the info isn't as readily available as a book that has the title, author and copyright date all in one convenient place.
I either have sources that I have referenced below a subject OR I have the source linked in at the time that it is referenced. So most of the pages you will see are written by me including my own experiences, yet when directly referencing someone elses info - it is sourced via a link. But for a school paper, this may be extra work for you because in order to adhere to that formal format you will have to go to the links get the information of names, etc (I don't have that, and it would take me forever and a day.) Sorry, so that will be extra work for you.
Now with the diet page, if you read in the beginning, I have a source section below the guidelines with all of the contributing sources - But again, those are sourced with links.
The fruits and veggies list is the only page that is SOLELY from the Health Care Coordinator at the House Rabbit Society.
It states at the top of the page: List Courtesy of Karen Johanson, Health Care Coordinator from the House Rabbit Society in Richmond, CA
She and I had been communicating and she sent me this great list! I made some format changes and spruced it up, but the content is SOLELY from her and if anything ever changes, I check with her first.
The rest of the diet page covers my own experiences.
The rest of the pages throughout are my experiences in combination from what I have learned from others - those are always linked all over the place (and in the about us page).
So though I would love to be able to help you out to provide a name for every single source link all in one convenient list, I just don't have the time to do that. I suggest that the best thing is when you come across a page that you want to reference, look for referenced links on the page that go to other sites and sources, and from there your treasure hunt begins. Unless all you need is this as a source then you can use the information just for that. Not sure how citing webpages works these days in formal papers.
Good Luck with the paper and let us know how it turns out!