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I'm running in to the error message The provided host name is not valid for this server.

I found the previous solution here however even once updating my settings.php file I'm continuing the hit this problem.

My two domains are almost identical however the second one includes an a at the beginning. Therefore my two trusted_host_patterns are exactly the same except that the second one includes an a after the ^. Is it possible that there is something else I'm missing? Looking in admin/reports/status I can see the two domains listed under trusted hosts.

Here's the line:

 $settings['trusted_host_patterns'] = array(
    '^domain\.com$',
    '^adomain\.com$',
 );
  • Can you post your setting? Dots need to be escaped with a backlash .. – rémy Sep 25 at 21:49
  • @rémy Yep, updated the original post. – Eabryt Sep 25 at 22:05
  • Okey, this will work if you access the page without www. – rémy Sep 26 at 6:20
  • Okay, should I add two more rules for when it's www first then? I believe most of the time I'm simply typing adomain.com, but maybe it's getting autofilled to have the www – Eabryt Sep 26 at 15:18
  • Yes add the versions with www\., if you do not have set a preferred domain. – rémy Sep 27 at 21:36

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