Michael Palermo


Michael Palermo IV is a Microsoft Developer Evangelist based in Phoenix. Michael’s current passion is all things HTML5. You can find Michael blogging at www.palermo4.com, or follow him on Twitter at @palermo4.

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HTML5 Syntax and Semantics: Why They Matter
HTML5's semantic elements help you structure your HTML source to provide meaningful data to search engines and website parsers. Join Michael Palermo as he shows you how to modify a website's source to add semantic elements that optimize HTML document structure.
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HTML5 Form Input Enhancements: Form Validation, CSS3, and JavaScript
HTML5 form input features, including new input types, better control over HTML5 form validation, and more CSS3 form styling options.
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HTML5 Is in Style: Working with CSS3 and HTML5 1
In this HTML5 tutorial, Daniel Egan and Michael Palermo show how new features in CSS3 make HTML5 much more robust than HTML4.
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Three of the Most Important Basic Elements in HTML5
Daniel Egan and Michael Palermo help you navigate three new elements available in HTML5: header, nav, and footer. These new elements can make your HTML coding more consistent.
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The Past, Present, and Future of HTML5
Daniel Egan and Michael Palermo, Developer Evangelists for Microsoft, kick off an in-depth series of articles on HTML5 with a look at how HTML and an introduction to coding HTML5 pages.
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