I'm trying to create a citation to this web page https://kulturminnesok.no/minne/?queryString=https%3A%2F%2Fdata.kulturminne.no%2Faskeladden%2Flokalitet%2F62056
(off topic but this is a GREAT web site, it shows where cultural artifacts were exactly discovered in Norway. You can spend waaay toooo much time looking at the various things found like Iron age axes ...)
Anyway the simple citation would be
Kulturminnesøk, “Joramo bygdeallmenning / Fangstlokalitet” (https://kulturminnesok.no/minne/?queryString=https%3A%2F%2Fdata.kulturminne.no%2Faskeladden%2Flokalitet%2F62056 : 7 March 2021).
But there are issues and questions :)
First the web page title is not unique, using that web page title in the main page search returns lots of pages. The unique identifier, in this case the 62056, will not work as a search term. So readers attempting to get into the site by typing instead of using the link will have difficulties. I could add the 62056 as a separate number, but it doesn't help those walking the source back.
Next, should I cite the discoverer of the artifact, in this case Gunvald Bentdal? I could add a layer such as ;artifact registered 28 August 1980, discoverer Gunvald Bentdal [prior to 1938]. But that may not be true, Gunvald may have known about the artifact from others and was merely the one to report it.
Finally, I don't think including the owner for the website is necessary. There is a bit of a path possible to discover (though the bottom links) but as the site has it's own URL I think that is sufficient.