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    Redirect Any 404 Errors Within Folder

    Hi everyone,

    How would I go about redirecting 404 errors within specific folders using htaccess?

    For example, let's say I have the folder structure like this:

    site.com/goat/ <= this page exists
    site.com/goat/page/ <= this page exists
    site.com/goat/404/ <= this page does NOT exists

    If someone were to navigate to site.com/goat/404/ (or any page for that matter that doesn't exist within the /goat/ main directory), how would I go about redirecting them to the main /goat/ directory?

    So if you visit an actual page that exists within /goat/ you see the page as normal. However, if you visit a url within /goat/ that returns a 404, you get redirected back to the main /goat/ root.

    Any ideas?

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    Use an error document instruction:
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    ErrorDocument 404 /goat/
    I don't believe there is an easy way to determine where you go beyond this. You could probably specify a base directory and use multiple .htaccess files if you wanted to do something different for each sub-directory.


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