Here's what I'm trying to accomplish. Right now, in /var/www I have an .htaccess file with multiple ErrorDocuments defined for various errors.
I also have subsites (i.e. /var/www/tf2c, /var/www/obtf2). Right now, I've got any missing pages in those directories set to link to a template page to inform anyone viewing those sections that the site has moved to a new host. However, there are many links that I'd need to create Links for so I'd rather just use a separate ErrorDocument for the /var/www/tf2c folder to handle things so I can ditch the template page altogether.
What I tried doing was putting an .htaccess file inside /var/www/tf2c and defining "ErrorDocument 404 ", but then the original .htaccess file in /var/www stops working altogether.
How do I make this work so that /var/www's ErrorDocuments take precedence unless someone is browsing a site in /var/www/tf2c or /var/www/obtf2, in which case, those sites .htaccess takes precedence and displays its own custom 404 page?