The HTML <ins></ins> contains content that has been changed or inserted into the document. This element is useful in marking changes from one version of a document to the next. It underlines the text, similar to the <u> element.


  • cite - Gives a URL with information on why the content was inserted/changed. A brief explanation for the insertion/change can be given with the title attribute, which may be rendered as a "tooltip" by some browsers.
  • datetime - Specifies the date and time of the insertion/change. The value is case-sensitive and uses the form YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssTZD.

HTML example:

<ins>Inserted content.</ins>

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