I'm managing our church's website, and we have a page where we put recordings of our virtual assemblies, via YouTube. I create a blog post, add the link to the YouTube video, and it appears on a custom feed on a page I created, which only shows feed with the category I've set for these recordings -- other blog posts appear on other pages, also with custom feeds.
The problem I'm having is that some users of Chrome will go to the page which renders everything at first, then clears out the thumbnails of all the posts, and shows a blank space where the feed should be, with the words "To view this content, click reload" at the top. The "reload" text is a link that seems to reload just the feed itself, not the whole page, for what it's worth. Reloading, either from the link, or reloading the whole page in the browser, just repeats the same thing.
This happens in Chrome on both Mac and Windows; it doesn't happen in Firefox, Edge (the new Chromium-based one), or in Safari. Mobile browsers seem to not have an problem, either.
Any ideas about how I might track down a solution?