It is really disheartening to see the replies that was made on this question by respected members of WikiTree. The question was not What is your opinion but What is the [WikiTree] Policy. The Policy is clearly defined on the Help::Sources page.
Although there is a negative opinion about the use of weblinks to do a citation, the fact remains that it is still a WikiTree approved method to do a citation. If you don't believe me, please see point 2.4 on the link provided.
In fact it does not matter if Dale says
a link is bad for several reasons. or Helen says
Online links alone may be ephemeral ot Dough says that
you will need Evidence Explained to become a certified Genealogist.
These are opinions I share but the fact remains, Weblinks are approved for use as citations by WikiTree which is of course the answer which should have been provided. The worst however is Philip van der Walt saying
Merely pasting links or not putting titles on document images (metadata!) is in my humble opinion lazy work and not according to the Honor Code.
Thus implying that anyone who uses the approved WikiTree citation method of a weblink is lazy. Fortunately someone removed that comment or maybe he hid it himself.
I expected so much more from you guys.