Insert HTML string after element

OSCC · JavaScript, Browser · Oct 20, 2020

Inserts an HTML string after the end of the specified element.

  • Use Element.insertAdjacentHTML() with a position of 'afterend' to parse htmlString and insert it after the end of el.
const insertAfter = (el, htmlString) =>
  el.insertAdjacentHTML('afterend', htmlString);
insertAfter(document.getElementById('myId'), '<p>after</p>');
// <div id="myId">...</div> <p>after</p>

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