Solution, short answer... 

Open website that is having a problem in Internet Explorer instead.

Why, long answer...

The Chrome browser updates plugins automatically, but sometimes a website will update their code and cause issue with the Chrome browser, until the Chrome browser can catch up. This is not exclusive to Chrome and it is a common problem with today's Internet that you may have to utilize more than one browser.


If a website does not work in Chrome please try using Internet Explorer to resolve your issue. The same can be said in reverse. If a website is not doing what you expect it to in Internet Explorer then try using the Chrome browser instead.


If you are still having a problem after that then please let us know and we will investigate further.