Showing posts from October, 2019

Change of Blog Address

Within the next 72 hours, I'm putting the online-searchable database which is at the heart of this project back online.  That service will be accessible via the internet address As of the writing of this post, if you were to go to that URL it will instead take you to this blog.  Therefore, I now have to change the address of this blog.  So in the year future, the GHfind blog will instead be available at: There's a possibility that the new address will be temporary.  That's another way of saying that I may get it its own unique URL in the future.  So just to be safe, I want to also make the reader aware of the root URL of this blog also, which is: In other words no matter what other addresses may point to this blog in the future, it can always be accessed via the Blogger URL listed above (so long as it continues to be hosted by Blogger). That being said, I'm really glad that the database will be

GHfind Phone Numbers Formatted to Receive International Calls

GHfind (and by extension Krobofind ) is created to encourage virtually-instant contact between merchants and customers.  As such the site is designed in such a way whereas when a user conducts a search, a hyperlinked telephone number will appear.  On the webpage itself, the number will appear in its local format, as in a three-digit prefix followed by seven-digit number.  So let's take a look at the following hypothetical example: 024-123-4567 024 would be the prefix, specifically in this case MTN Ghana. In actuality, unlike other parts of the world, the number will not work unless you use the prefix (even if the caller is on the same network).  So you can say the entire 10 digits is actually the telephone number.  But the above example is how it would be dialed locally, if one person in Ghana were calling another.  If however someone from outside were calling, it would have to be formatted as so: 00233-24-123-4567 or +233-24-123-4567 In other words the fi