Not everything on the Web is what it seems!
Think before you accept a site at face value.
"The New York Times admitted they made the mistake of treating a fake creation from The Onion as something legitimate. Last week the Times printed an article documenting the history of the squeaky-clean teen magazine Tiger Beat, and included a retrospective of past magazine covers. Unfortunately (or humorously depending on one’s perspective), in the collection they also included a parody cover created by The Onion, which featured President Obama." Matt Schneider
"This comic title is a combination of Citation and Genesis to come up with the new word "Citogenesis", which means the genesis of a citation in Wikipedia. As you can see, in the graph in Step 4, this can create a lot of misinformation, even outside of Wikipedia." via https://xkcd.com/978/
USA Today thought the website The Last American Pirate was so good that they linked to the site from their webpage. Wikipedia had a page on it. But the whole project was a hoax. See what the professor had to say about it in the Chronicle of Higher Education.