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Please refer to the images. I'm using overleaf.

Overleaf report

Bad output of reference link

Reference in bib file

@book{addie_dalibor,
  title={ADDIE model for development of e-courses},
  author={ Drljaca Dalibor and Branco Latinovic and Zeljko Stankovic and Dragan Cvetkovic},
   year={2017},
   DOI={10.15308/Sinteza-2017-242-247},
   url={https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316463437_ADDIE_model_for_development_of_e-courses},
   Urldate = {Jan 28, 2011},
  }
  • Try \usepackage[hyphens]{url} in your preamble and if the url still doesn't break nice check this tex.stackexchange.com/a/115820/120578 – koleygr Mar 26 at 18:06
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    Unrelated to tex, but instead of linking to reserchgate, you should better link to the original website of the paper portal.sinteza.singidunum.ac.rs/paper/524 – user36296 Mar 26 at 19:27
  • You are right samcarter, i will eventually go through the references at the right time and check them one by one. Thanks for the suggestion. Appreciated – Nadeem Muhammad Mar 27 at 7:52
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If you use \usepackage{hyperref} (put it before \begin{document} in your .tex file if you aren't using it already, not in your .bib file), you can wrap your URL in \url{} to avoid the underscores being read as "LaTeX" commands:

@book{addie_dalibor,
  title={ADDIE model for development of e-courses},
  author={ Drljaca Dalibor and Branco Latinovic and Zeljko Stankovic and Dragan Cvetkovic},
   year={2017},
   DOI={10.15308/Sinteza-2017-242-247},
   url={\url{https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316463437_ADDIE_model_for_development_of_e-courses}},
   Urldate = {Jan 28, 2011},
  }
  • I already had the hyperref package. Using the url wrapper worked. however, it appears the font has changed and looks a little fancy. how to prevent that? – Nadeem Muhammad Mar 27 at 7:50
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    @NadeemMuhammad you can have a look at this answer. – Superuser27 Mar 27 at 8:15

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