Checkout the Previous Branch with git
Command line shortcuts are can be a huge time saver, which is why I like creating bash aliases and and enjoy other tricks I've found. I do have a list of tasks I don't yet have a shortcut for, like easy switching between my current branch and the previous branch. I have to do this often when I update master via remote pull and then rebasing a feature branch, and since many of my branch names include a hard to remember bug number, switching between branches is a pain.
I recently found out that you can switch the the previous branch you were on using the following command:
git checkout master
# Do whatever
git pull remote master
# Go back to the previous branch
git checkout -
- references the previous branch name, thus allowing you to navigate branches with ease!
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Missing images on your website can make you or your business look completely amateur.
Unfortunately sometimes an image gets deleted or corrupted without your knowledge.
You'd agree with me that IE's default "red x" icon looks awful, so why not use
your own missing image graphic?