Suppose that a user creates a webpage. Now he has a webpage, which contains an IFrame and a Button. Once the user presses the button, he/she needs the IFrame to be reloaded/refreshed. How are we going to make this possible? We are going to be finding it in the article.
The following syntax is work for both cases, where the IFrame is provided & loaded from the same domain, and where the IFrame is not from the same domain.
NOTE: In Firefox, if you are going to use window.frames, it might not be indexed by id. So you have to index it by index or name.
When we load the code:
- HTML | DOM Location reload() Method
- Refresh a page using PHP
- How to refresh a page using jQuery?
- How to set fullscreen iframe?
- HTML | DOM IFrame name Property
- HTML | <iframe> src Attribute
- Remove border from IFrame using CSS
- HTML | <iframe> name Attribute
- HTML | DOM IFrame Object
- HTML | DOM IFrame src Property
- HTML | <iframe> marginheight Attribute
- HTML | <Iframe> frameborder Attribute
- HTML | DOM IFrame contentWindow Property
- HTML | DOM IFrame sandbox Property
- HTML | <iframe> longdesc Attribute
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