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To transmit ITEMS on a web site?

What could it possibly mean????
I mean what ITEMS could be transmitted on web sites?

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So far anything with data can be transmitted.

All caps ITEMS could be an acronym but since you didn't define that I'm going with no. Transporting physical items is a few years away.

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Re: Items

"Transmitting on" is rather strange. "Transmitting to" is common. So my guess is that this is just a bad translation of something that made perfect sense originally.
Can you disclose your source for this sentence?

Kees

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(Transmit items)

Hi,
Sorry, but I am not able to understand what are you talking about, having a online shopping website or transfer of files. Can you please clarify your point.
Thanks.

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There's a small clue in the question.

Some acronyms are in all caps. http://www.allacronyms.com/ITEMS does show a few but the OP (Original Poster) must clarify what they were asking and if an acronym, define which they meant.

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