A full solution is here- https://gist.github.com/921920

 

// force certain pages to be refreshed every time.  mark such pages with
// ‘data-cache="never"’
//
jQuery(‘div’).live(‘pagehide’, function (event, ui) {
    var page = jQuery(event.target);

    if (page.attr(‘data-cache’) == ‘never’) {
        page.remove();
    };
});

// for pages marked with ‘data-cache="never"’ manually add a back button since
// JQM doesn’t.  this is *okay* because we know the browswer history stack is
// intact and goes to the correct ‘back’ location.
// specified back button – however!
//
jQuery(‘div’).live(‘pagebeforecreate’, function (event, ui) {
    var page = jQuery(event.target);

    if (page.attr(‘data-cache’) == ‘never’) {
        var header = page.find(‘[data-role="header"]’);

        if (header.jqmData("backbtn") !== false && header.find(‘[data-rel="back"]’).size() == 0) {
            var back = jQuery(‘<a href="#" data-icon="back" data-rel="back">Back</a>’);
            header.prepend(back);
        };
    };
});

 

but I didn’t want to change every page , so –

On pageHide of my current page I remove itself from Dom object.

 

$(‘#pageIndex’).live(‘pagehide’, function (event, ui) {
    var page = jQuery(event.target);

   // if (page.attr(‘data-cache’) == ‘never’) {
       
page.remove();
   // };
});

Then you can apprach the page from scretch :

 

$.mobile.changePage("index.html");

from everywhere , and it’ll rebuild it !