You know all those files you’ve been creating, editing, moving, and renaming? Well, you’ll be glad to know that you can now remove them using the web-based interface too! Simply view any file in your repository, click the delete button at the top, and commit the removal just like any other web-based edit.
Note: Since it’s a version control system, Git always has your back if you need to recover the file later. If you really, really need to completely delete a file from a repository for some reason, say a secret key or other sensitive file that was accidentally commited, you may need to consider the nuclear option.