HTML ins tag

The HTML <ins> tag represents inserted text in an HTML document.

The <ins> tag can be handy when you need draw attention to text that has been inserted since a previous version of the document.

The <ins> tag is sometimes used along with the <del> tag for markup of deleted text.

Browsers usually underline inserted text and strike a line through deleted text. However, as with any HTML element, you can apply your own styles to the <ins> element using CSS.

<ol>
<li><del>Book flights</del></li>
<li>Book accommodation</li>
<li>Go to airport</li>
<li><ins>Fly away!</ins></li>
<li><ins>Relax!</ins></li>
</ol>

Eg. :

  1. Book flights
  2. Book accommodation
  3. Go to airport
  4. Fly away!
  5. Relax!