The sed command can insert a string into a file
after a pattern is found using append (
-i the file is
changed in-place. The example here finds the pattern specified, a line
that only contains
<HEAD>, and appends the following string.
sed -i '/^<HEAD>$/a This line added after the <HEAD>' myfile.html
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