How to Delete a Commit from Source Tree

As this was a bit of a head-scratcher for me I decided I would document exactly the steps on how to delete a commit which has been pushed to a remote repo.

Keeping it concise, so here goes:

  1. Select the commit you want to go back to
  2. Right-click and choose the option “Reset current branch to this commit
  3. Select your branch and choose option Push to → {branch}
  4. Make sure Force Push option is checked
  5. Push your changes

So that’s about it. I spent about 2 hours trying to work out something which seemed so simple, but now I know.

General ThemeForest

2015 Year in Review

So it’s that time of the year again, one which has ended and another which is set to begin.

Before I start I just want to point out that I actually have never done one of these types of posts before.

I guess I’m thinking it may be worth doing them from here on end, not only as a way to provide you with an inside look on how the ThemeChills brand is evolving, but also as a way to hold me accountable and keep track of my goals for the upcoming year.

With that being said, here we go…


Top 10 Beautiful Wedding WordPress Themes

Finding a beautiful wedding WordPress theme can at times be a bit of a head scratcher. I would know as just last year I was in that same position. I was looking for a wedding theme for MY wedding but truth be told the variety left a lot to be desired.

It’s because of this that I would like to share with you the list of the top 10 wedding WordPress themes that I have found during my research.

I hope you enjoy theme collection and if you have any you would like to add to the list feel free to let me know in the comments below.


The Ghost Blogging Platform – My Next Blog Theme?

Having recently completed my wedding website template I began researching where I should focus my next project.

There has been a lot of buzz with the Ghost blogging platform in recent months, so I must say it did peak my interest.

In this post I would like to explore with you some of my thoughts on Ghost blogs, talking about the installation process, whether or not it is a good option to consider for a theme as well as how I came to learn about what exactly Ghost is.

So let’s get started…

Site Templates ThemeForest

Introducing Eternity – A Beautiful Wedding Website Template

So it’s finally here, my update on my latest website template. Last week I submitted Eternity, my wedding site template to ThemeForest…

After two days of waiting and a lot of browser refreshing (which is really not needed as I get notified by email anyway), I got the news that my template was approved and ready for sale.



My Top 5 Marketplaces to Buy and Sell Themes

Being a theme author I’m always on the lookout for where I will be able to get the most value out of my latest theme or template.

It’s because of this that I would like to share my favorite 5 marketplaces which I usually spend most of my time in.

I have really only sold items on two of these marketplaces, but the others have some fantastic products to choose from as well, which is why I would highly recommend them as well.


My Unofficial Envato Melbourne Meetup

Back in January I managed to meet up with some of the team members of Envato HQ.

Even though this was not an official meet up and more of a casual get together, it was still really nice to put the real life persons to their avatars.

The meet up was a good opportunity to provide some feedback to the team on what some of the pains as well as some of the experiences we face in being a ThemeForest author and using the marketplaces as a whole.


Creating a Landing Page and Getting Approved

Well I have some great news!

Reprise landing page is now approved. If you want to check it out you can, by going to my ThemeForest item description page.

I actually received my approval email on March 13, 2013, however due to one thing or another I was unable to publish the news until now.

The template has started off nicely, and I’ll share with you the stats in this blog post below.

Before I do, let’s recap on what we’ve gone through so far.


Creating a Landing Page: Documentation, Submission and Review

So we are finally approaching the conclusion of the “Creating a Landing Page” series. I want for this to series to serve you as a guide when you are submitting your next template to the marketplace – whether you are an experienced author or just getting started, both can benefit from all this information.

Let’s move on now though so you can learn the final stages of getting your theme or template approved.


Creating a Landing Page: Frameworks, Polish and More

So I can finally do the big reveal…well…sort of….

In this post I am going to give you a quick preview of the finished version of the Reprise landing page. I’d like to show you the full kit and kaboodle, but at the same time I wan’t to save you some of the real thing for when it’s actually live!

Let’s Recap First…

So far in the series I have shared with you the following:

Today I’m going to go over how I decided to use one specific popular framework over all the others, as well as how I go about “putting the polish” into the templates and themes I create.

So let’s get going… shall we?