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A friend of my has a website he works on and has run into an issue with Chrome. When you try to load the page in Chrome you get the following error message: "Aw, Snap! Something went wrong while displaying this website. To continue, reload or go to another page."  The page works fine in all other browsers.  When researched on the internet it says it is a problem with browser settings, however those don't fix the issue.  It seems to me there must be something in the code that is causing it to fail.  Can anyone shed some light?

http://applied-analytix.com/
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That page works fine in Chrome on two of my computers here.
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