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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogWASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has spoken to world leaders about his planned tariff hikes on steel and aluminum and is not considering any exemptions to the measure, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Sunday. ?I know he?s had conversations with a number of the world leaders,? Ross said in an interview with ABC?s?This Week.? ?The decision obviously is his, but as of the moment as far as I know he?s talking about a fairly broad brush. I have not heard him describe particular exemptions just yet,? Ross said. On Thursday, Trump said the United States would apply duties of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum to protect domestic producers, drawing a fire storm of criticism from trading partners and triggering a slide in stock markets. Ross played down the possible effects of the proposed tariffs on the US economy. He said the total amount of tariffs the US government is proposing is about $9 billion a year, a fraction of 1 percent of the economy. ?So the notion that it would destroy a lot of jobs, raise prices, disrupt things, is wrong,? Ross said. The commerce secretary dismissed European Union threats of retaliatory tariffs on flagship American products including Harley Davidson motorcycles, bourbon and Levi?s jeans as trivial and a?rounding error.? On Saturday, Trump threatened European automakers with a tax on imports if the European Union retaliates. Ross said the Europeans were discussing a?pretty trivial amount of retaliatory tariffs, adding up to some $3 billion of goods.?In our size economy that?s a tiny, tiny fraction of 1 percent,? Ross said.?So while it might affect an individual producer for a little while overall, it?s not going to be much more than a rounding error.?
We've recently spoken about how we've brought our Gallery and Blog apps bang up to date with interface overhauls to bring them inline with the high standards our customers expect. Keeping this in mind, we're thrilled to announce that we've taken Commerce right back to 2009. This needs an explanation. Way back in 2009, Obama was inaugurated as the 44th President. Minecraft was put into beta, Slumdog Millionaire was released to critical praise and we had a product called IP.Subscriptions. IP.Subscriptions was a lightweight member subscriptions manager that allowed members to purchase elevated permissions via a user group upgrade. It was a fine little app. However, on the horizon we had a brand new eCommerce app in development. Then called Nexus, now called Commerce (we took months to come up with that). It made sense for us to merge the products into one app given they both had overlapping functionality. They both could create packages to promote members to a new user group. Commerce was much more developed as an invoicing and billing system. Everyone was happy. Almost. Commerce has grown to be an incredibly powerful app. It can sell anything from physical products like t-shirts, to digital products such as license keys and it can even manage your hosting set-up. We use it for our support and billing systems, so we know how robust it is. While it's an incredibly powerful commerce system, setting up basic subscriptions packages became a little more complex. Over the past few years we've received a lot of feedback on this. We've listened. Commerce Member Subscriptions We've built a brand new section into Commerce specifically for membership subscriptions. Let's take a look at this in more detail. On the front end, there's a very clear and easy to understand page for membership subscriptions. The main subscriptions interface Here you can see all the available packages, which one you're currently subscribed to and the upgrade and downgrade options. A simple way to upgrade There's several choices for costing upgrades in the Admin CP, here we have chosen to charge the difference between packages. Get to your subscriptions easily Your subscriptions are easily found in the user menu. If the Admin allows, the package you're subscribed to appears as a badge on your profile. There's also a little widget showing the packages which you can drag and drop to the sidebar for an additional prompt for non-subscribers. This gives Invision Community a very clear and easy to understand interface for subscriptions which lives outside of the Commerce store and its packages. Now, let's dive into the Admin CP The main engine for this feature is the package list. This is in a separate area within Commerce. The list also shows the number of currently active and inactive subscribers. This links to the list of subscribers. Other than Bob having a total nightmare, you can easily view which members are currently active. The buttons link you to the Commerce invoice and purchase. If you wish to add a member to a subscription without charging them (you generous soul, you), then that is easily possible. Creating a new subscription package is very straight forward. We've built a new form which is stripped down to the fundamental items you'll need for a subscription. As you would expect, there are several settings to control the system. A few things worth mentioning here: You can force new members to purchase a subscription on sign-up You can show or hide the profile badge indicating which package they purchased. You can choose to allow upgrades or downgrades. You can choose how you'd like to charge for upgrades or downgrades Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback over the years. We're really pleased to present this new feature and hope that it'll make your daily lives just a little easier. Let us know what you think!
ADMIN posted a topic in IPS NewsStripe is the most popular payment method in Commerce, allowing communities to take payments by card securely with easy setup. While there's no doubt that credit cards are still the most popular methods of making a payment, digital innovations such as Apple Pay and Bitcoin are increasing in popularity. For 4.3 we've deepened our integration to support some of their latest features. Apple Pay & Google Pay Apple Pay allows users to pay quickly with their iPhone, iPad or Mac (with Safari and either a paired iPhone or using the MacBook Pro with Touch ID) using the card details stored on the device, authenticated with Touch ID or Face ID. Apple Pay Google Chrome (on desktop or Android devices) supports a similar feature allowing users to pay with card details stored in their Google account with Google Pay, or stored in Chrome itself. Paying with card details stored in Google Chrome Both of these features are now supported through Stripe in Invision Community 4.3. Setup is simple - for Apple Pay you simply need to verify that you own your domain by uploading a file you obtain from the Stripe dashboard, and nothing special is needed for Google Pay - and then create the payment method in the AdminCP. Stripe does not charge any additional fees for either option. Commerce will automatically hide the option if the user's device does not support either method. Bitcoin Bitcoin support is also now available. If enabled, after the user chooses the Bitcoin option, the amount to pay is automatically converted into BTC and the user is shown an address to send bitcoins to: Bitcoin Payment Screen After the payment is received, the user will automatically receive an email confirmation. 3D Secure Also known as Verified by Visa, Mastercard SecureCode, and other brand names, 3D Secure is a system that is used to verify a customer's identity before purchase is completed and transfers the fraud loss liability from the merchant to the cardholder bank in case of fraudulent disputes. After the user has entered their card details, they are redirected to their bank's website and asked to provide additional verification. Our integration with Stripe in 4.3 now supports this process. A new setting allows you to choose if you want to use 3D Secure just for cards which require it (i.e. cards which would decline the payment if 3D Secure is not completed) or for all cards which optionally support it as well. Amex Express Checkout American Express cardholders can use Amex Express checkout to pay by using their American Express login rather than providing their card information. This is also now supported through Stripe in 4.3. Amex Express Checkout Alipay, Bancontact, Giropay, iDEAL, SOFORT These are popular payment processors internationally (Alipay is popular in China, Bancontact in Belgium, Giropay in Germany, iDEAL in the Netherlands, and SOFORT in several European countries). The checkout experience is similar to PayPal with the user being redirected to the appropriate site, authenticating the payment, and then being redirected back. All of these are also now supported through Stripe in 4.3. Dispute/Chargeback Handling A dispute (also known as a chargeback) occurs when one a cardholder questions your payment with their card issuer, which causes the funds, plus a fee, to immediately be taken from your account until evidence is provided that the transaction was legitimate. Anyone operating an online store knows how frustrating this experience can be. In 4.3, we've made dealing with this situation a little easier. When a dispute is created, Commerce will now mark the transaction as disputed, which will immediately revoke any benefits from the purchase (for example, if it's for a subscription that moves them into a different group, they will be placed back into their original group; if it's a Downloads file, they won't be able to download it any more; if it's for a physical item that hasn't been shipped yet, the shipping order will be placed on hold). Disputed Transaction All transactions with currently open disputes can be accessed quickly from the transaction list. The transaction page will show you the status and reason for the dispute, and links to your Stripe dashboard where you can respond. When the dispute is resolved, the transaction screen will be updated, with either the transaction being marked as refunded if the dispute is lost, or going back to paid if the dispute is won and the funds returned to you. A dispute that was lost A dispute that was won Radar Radar is Stripe's suite of fraud detection tools using machine learning and customisable rules to help detect fraudulent transactions. Stripe will automatically blocks transactions is considers highest risk already. However, for "elevated" risk transactions, while Stripe would alert you of them so you could review them, Commerce would process the transaction normally. In 4.3, Commerce will place any transactions which Radar reports as having an "elevated" risk level on hold for manual review, so you can decide whether to approve or not before the funds have been captured. In addition, the transaction details screen for Stripe transactions now provides some additional information about Stripe's checks on the transaction, including the Radar risk level, if the CVC check passed, and if the billing address provided matches the card's billing address. If a fraudulent transaction does make it through, you will now have the option to indicate this when refunding the transaction to help Stripe's anti-fraud systems learn.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogUS Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, speaks at the Conferederation of British Industry's annual conference in London, Britain. Photo: Reuters WASHINGTON: US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has divested his interests in oil tanker company Diamond S Shipping and is in the process of selling off his holdings in another shipping firm, Navigator Holdings, a Trump administration official said on Tuesday. Ross had originally intended to retain his shipping interests following his confirmation in February. But the 79-year-old investor came under criticism after disclosures on Sunday that one of Navigator?s major clients is the Russian gas company Sibur, a firm whose owners include members of Russian President Vladimir Putin?s inner circle. Information about the business ties between Navigator, which operates gas-carrying ships, and Sibur was based on leaked documents from offshore law firm Appleby that are part of the so-called Paradise Papers, which show details of business dealings by wealthy people and institutions ranging from Ross to Britain?s Queen Elizabeth and trading firm Glencore. Reuters has not independently verified the documents. ?He began divesting his Navigator interests in May,? the administration official said of Ross. ?He is nearing completion of that process.? An office of government ethics disclosure filed by Ross on June 20 showed that he sold an interest in Navigator valued at $15,001 to $50,000 on May 30. The official did not provide an explanation for Ross? divestitures. Ross had owned stakes in the firms through several partnerships. Ross, a billionaire investor who is helping to shape Republican President Donald Trump?s trade policy, had told US senators during his confirmation hearing in January that his research showed that retention of shipping interests would not present a conflict of interest. US ocean shipping regulation is handled by the Federal Maritime Commission, a separate, independent agency. Diamond S Shipping, based in Greenwich, Connecticut, operates 33 petroleum product tankers and 12 crude oil tankers operated under the flags of Hong Kong, the Marshall Islands and Malta. Ross told media on Monday that he had nothing to do with London-based Navigator?s relationship with Sibur and had never met any of Sibur?s owners. These include Putin?s son-in-law, Kirill Shamalov, and Gennady Timchenko, a Putin associate who is subject to US Treasury sanctions. Ross said in multiple media interviews that he had fully disclosed his stake in Navigator Holdings as part of government ethics requirements.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogWilbur Ross stands after being sworn in as Secretary of Commerce in Washington, DC, US on February 28, 2017. ? Reuters US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has business ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin?s family through a shipping venture in Russia, leaked Paradise Papers revealed Sunday. The Appleby files show how Wilbur Ross, Trump?s commerce secretary, has used a chain of Cayman Islands entities to maintain a financial stake in Navigator Holdings, a shipping company whose top clients include the Kremlin-linked energy firm Sibur. Among Sibur?s key owners are Kirill Shamalov, Russian President Putin?s son-in-law, and Gennady Timchenko, a billionaire the US government sanctioned in 2014 because of his links to Putin. Sibur is a major customer of Navigator, paying the company more than $23 million in 2016. When he joined Trump?s cabinet, Ross divested his interests in 80 companies. However, he kept stakes in nine companies, including the four that connect him to Navigator and its Russian clients. These revelations come at a time when Congress is investigating the US tech giants? role in the spread of Russian disinformation during Donald Trump?s successful campaign for the White House. The leaked documents also show that Russia funded substantial investments in Twitter and Facebook through a business associate of Jared Kushner, Donald Trump?s son-in-law and senior White House adviser. The investments were made through a Russian tech mogul, Yuri Milner, who also holds a stake in a company co-owned by Kushner. The records show that one of the Kremlin-owned firms, VTB Bank, quietly directed $191 million into an investment fund, DST Global, that used the money to buy a large stake in Twitter in 2011. They also show that a subsidiary of the Kremlin-controlled energy giant Gazprom heavily funded an offshore company that partnered with DST Global in a large investment in Facebook. It is a public knowledge that Milner put together large investments in Twitter and Facebook. The Russian government?s ties to the investments were not previously known.
1 downloadThis plugin extends the sitemap to include products from your store. For some reason commerce products aren't included in the default sitemap, which can have a negative impact on your search ranking. With this plugin, your products will now show up in the sitemap that is submitted to search engines, and consequently be included in search result. Having used this on my site for the last week, I am starting to see my products show up in search where they previously were not. This will NOT include products that have "Show in store" turned off. Likewise anything that can't be seen by a guest will also not be included. To install just go to Applications -> Install and upload the .tar file. You can configure the options from Search Engine Optimisation -> Sitemap -> Untick 'Use recommended settings' and configure Commerce.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsAbhay Agarwal is not even 16 years old and he has already cracked the country's toughest exam – IIT JEE. The 15-year-old has scored an All-India rank of 2467. If you haven't done the math yet, let us tell you that at that age, you and I were most probably taking our class X Board exams and hadn't even heard of differentiation and integration. © TOI Besides being exceptionally brilliant and hard-working of course, Abhay skipped a few classes initially which is why he was able to take the IIT-JEE at the age of 15. He scored an impressive 87.2 % in his class 12 Board exams. The boy has already gotten his documents verified at IIT Kanpur and has been offered a seat at IIT-BHU in mechanical engineering. "Since I jumped initial classes, I could complete my XII before other students. I have been lucky to crack JEE Advanced as well. I want to be in IIT-Roorkee and hope I will get it," TOI quoted him saying. His father works as a pump attendant at Firozabad Nagar Nigam and, like any father, was ecstatic at his son's achievement. © BCCL The boy genius even has his career plans sorted. "I want to launch a start-up which would deal in products related to robotics. This is why I am opting for mechanical engineering," he said.
This entry is about our IPS Community Suite 4.2 release Improved Stripe Integration Stripe is a popular payment gateway that supports card payments. In IPS Community Suite 4.2 we have made some improvements to our integration: When viewing a transaction in the AdminCP, it will show the last 4 digits of the card used, and the result of Stripe's risk evaluation. More information is sent to Stripe for easier cross-reference between Stripe's control panel and your AdminCP. This includes the customer's name, billing and shipping addresses, email address, associated transaction/invoice/customer IDs, and the invoice title. Stripe Transaction in the AdminCP showing risk evaluation and card details Transaction in Stripe's control panel showing customer and invoice details Anti-Fraud Improvements Anti-Fraud Rules now have some additional filters: Products being purchases includes... Account was registered more/less than [x days] ago Customer is/isn't in group Customer has previously spent more/less than Time since last purchase is more/less than [x days] ago Custom profile fields (both at member and customer level) IP address is x (exactly, contains or matches regular expression) Customer has previously made transactions that failed (opposed to "were blocked by fraud rules") Email address matches regular expression Some of the new Anti-Fraud Rule options MaxMind per gateway A new setting has been added that allows you to run MaxMind only against transactions using particular payment gateways. New MaxMind gateways setting Transaction Search You can now enter the transaction ID provided by the payment gateway in the AdminCP search box to find a transaction. Looking up a transaction by gateway ID Renewal Savings If you have a product with multiple renewal terms, a new setting allows you to show alongside each option how much is saved. This can be shown either as a monetary value, or as a percentage. Product showing savings for different renewal options View the full article
An issue in 4.1.16 (and 126.96.36.199) has been identified that may result in one or both of the following conditions being noticed on your site if you use Commerce and the Support feature. You may notice the supportAutoResolve task from the Commerce application is locked If you use cron to run your tasks, you may receive an email alerting you to a failure running the task with debug output This is a bug within the Commerce application that has been resolved for our next release. If you are affected by this issue, please upload the following file to patch your site applications/nexus/tasks/supportAutoresolve.php View the full article