Quick git tip - stash and stash pop
Here’s the scenario: you work on a branch called something like offline, commit the work, then spot an issue that can be fixed with CSS. Acting like you’re a magpie who’s seen something shiny you forget you’re on the offline branch and save a bunch of work.
Now when you go to commit you’re in a branch that doesn’t make sense for the work you’re doing, and if you try to checkout a different branch you can’t.
Here’s what to do:
What the stash command does is get rid of your changes since the last commit and keep them safe until you ask for them back again with stash pop. Simple and very useful.
git –help stash has much more information if you want a closer look.