Robots.txt Response

You can use this document to learn how you can return a static response from serverless scripts. Specifically, this document will use robots.txt as an example. 

In the following example, the route is: robots.txt

Review the following sample script: 

addEventListener("fetch", event => {

async function handleRequest() {
  const headers = new Headers();
  //Set the proper content-type so the browser understands what we're sending back
  headers.set("content-type", ["text/html; charset=UTF-8"]); 

  //Create a response with the robots.txt data we want 
  return new Response("User-agent: *\nDisallow: /", {
    status: "200",

You can access your script with any of the delivery domains on your account.

Based on the above example, you can access the script with: