If the iframe was not on a different domain, you could do something like this:
But since the iframe is on a different domain, you will be denied access to the iframe’s
contentDocument property by the same-origin policy.
But you can hackishly force the cross-domain iframe to reload if your code is running on the iframe’s parent page, by setting it’s src attribute to itself. Like this:
// hackishly force iframe to reload var iframe = document.getElementById(FrameId); iframe.src = iframe.src; source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4249809/reload-an-iframe-with-jquery