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Add in a check to your AJAX code to check for the correct error code (usually 403 in this instance) and then redirect.

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You could also just ping the server every minute to keep the session active.

Really poor example but yeah:

setInterval(function(){
  $.get('/my/ping/route');
}, 1000 * 60);
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@tomschlick thank you, I have the code to set the answer not to check it, I'll do it.

@bweston92 thank you, I'll complete the whole ajax cycle first...

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I ended up with

.ajaxError()

Within I check for the 403 as suggested by @tomschlick

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