How do i come back to a previous commit and my bitbucket repo must also be reset.

as you can see from screen shot i went ahead of a commit and then wanted to come back to commit saying "website loading balls added". i reversed commit and then it turned pink. saying master 1 behind.

however when i go to my bitbucket repo the changes were not seen they were in this commit..


i want the above commit saying "footer icons added" to be deleted and my origin/master to come on "website loaing balls added". there should be nothing above it.

please help!.

also i want that bitbucket repo should reflect all files that were/wern't in this commit.


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to explain last line.. for example if i had an image in the "website loading balls added" commit it shoult be added back to the repo when i come back to this

What you are requesting to do is a dangerous operation, so SourceTree doesn't provide the UI to do it in exactly the way you described. Commands for what you are attempting can be found here:

As explained in the answers, if ANYONE has pulled the "footer icon added" commit that you pushed to origin, you are better off reverting the commit instead of resetting to a previous one. This can be done in SourceTree by right-clicking the bad commit, and choosing "Reverse commit...".

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