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Chrome not opening a site from Yahoo properly

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Client is unable to fully open a site in Google Chrome and gets the message
"You are reading this message either because you do not have a standards-compliant browser, or because you can not see our css files."

The same site in IE opens up just fine.  Suggestions on how to resolve for Chrome?
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Question by:dstewart83161
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If you are using Chrome 26, one way of dealing with it is, Infact removing the header from the response avoid the problem,
have a read through this article, there are few solutions, there might be one which is closer to in what kind of environment you are working in....

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/zID6uQQfKH8
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by:Gary
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Can you give an example site?
What version of Chrome?
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by:duncanb7
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Dear Author,
You can validate your html and css code first for free at  http://validator.w3.org/
You can hide some older browser css code  and use different css style sheet for different browser to see any improvement, please review the following tutorial site for this at  http://www.thesitewizard.com/css/excludecss.shtml

Hope understand your question completely.If not, pls pt it out

Duncan
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