Monday, May 11, 2009

Google Chrome issue: AARP membership renewal page doesn't work

I use the Google Chrome web browser for most of my web browsing, but still not as my default browser since I continue to run into web pages that it cannot handle. The latest is that just this morning I found that Chrome cannot handle the AARP membership renewal web page. Chrome displays the form to enter data, but fails to display the button to process the form. This page works fine in both Microsoft Internet Explorer and in Firefox.

I am running Google Chrome version 1.0.154.65.

I suppose it should not surprise me that the "kids" at Google never noticed this!

-- Jack Krupansky

4 Comments:

At 1:54 AM EDT , Blogger mattie said...

I also tried to renew using Chrome and it did not work. The program instructed me to call them as they were experiencing system troubles. I'll try Firefox or Explorer.

 
At 7:04 AM EDT , Blogger Stewart said...

I'm sure you are kidding when you blame the "kids at Google" for the glitch.

My immediate reaction was to blame whoever (their age is irrelevant) designed and maintains the AARP website.

 
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At 3:07 AM EDT , Blogger Alice Braga said...

let try to update your Chrome then reset this software. I'm think that :D
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