Apparently consensus is that site will never, ever work on a Raspberry pi, as comments mention "A Rasperry Pi 3 has a Broadcom VideoCore IV GPU and while it’s an impressive GPU for such a small device, it’s not a workhorse for a site like since it shares memory with the CPU and to my knowledge the Raspberry Pi 3 only has 1GB of RAM that is shared between GPU and CPU. Won’t work with specs like that."
But if you want to at least try anyway, there are options:
If ram usage is a problem, consider something like zram that could help a little with that issue.
If Chromium seems to be crashing, try not using Chromium. Use a different, hopefully better, web browser. Search your software repositories. Even try Firefox. Or some of these others currently in Debian stable:
- Epiphany (Tested & seems to work as good as Chromium, on Debian)
- Firefox-ESR (Tested & seems to work as good as Chromium, on Debian)
- IceCat (GNUzilla)
- QupZilla (almost works on Debian)
These may not work, but maybe worth a try:
luakit might even be a web browser too. There's quite a lot to choose from. It's difficult to say what will work for your particular hardware & OS, so find different browsers for your OS and start trying them. They're all free after all, so it's just a matter of install, run, test.