Part of my website has pages which are loaded in a frame. For iPhones and iPads, I need to reset the viewport to "scale=1" when a visitor navigates away from a child window. The parent window has that viewport attribute (initial-scale=1) in a meta tag, but I can't get it to apply when the browser navigates among the child windows. For example if the user zooms in on a child window, and then uses a link to another child window, the zoom is carried forward to the next child window, instead of resetting the viewport to original scale. Here is the code I've placed in the child window, which isn't working:
ok - you can access elements in the parent from the iframe (or vice versa).
but reloading the entire parent page will reload the iframe.
here is a link that may provide a solution for you:
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