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ins

The ins element is used during editing and proofreading to signal the addition of new text added to the author's original composition.

By convention inserted text is visually highlighted by the browser with underlining.

Example

article {
h1 The Wobbly Lunar Orbit

Variations in the Moon's orbital speed due to its orbital
eccentricity cause a libration of several degrees of
longitude; <<ins the alignment of the Moon's orbital plane
causes a similar libration in latitude.>>
}
The ins element

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