Now that you know how to rewrite your git history with rebase, let’s take a look at amending your commits. An amend is much simpler and, for the case of typos or other minor corrections you discover immediately after a commit, sometimes much more appropriate.
For the setup, we’re going to add some markdown to the 12-days-of-commitmas repository’s README.md, but with incorrect tags. A URL is of the format “[text to display](url://to/visit)”. It’s easy to get this backwards or to use the same tags on both sides of the URL. Here, I’ve used square braces for the URL and commited it anyway. Whoops!