I am looking to use Cloudflare workers to serve a website and keep the existing routes for SEO purposes and was wondering how it will perform on Google.
Basically, I am moving my existing website to WebFlow, and I don’t want to lose my existing routes when I move to WebFlow. the problem is that WebFlow doesn’t allow to nest routes when using their CMS, so for example something like (/old/path/name/1) will have to become (/old-path-name-1) which is bad for SEO (since I currently have good ranking/traffic).
So, in order to solve this, I created a Cloudflare worker to route requests coming to my domain to the correct corresponding page in WebFlow. so, when someone request “/old/path/name/1” it will match it with the correct page from WebFlow and return that page (but the browser will still see “/old/path/name/1” ).
It works great and everything is fine, But my question is how would Google see this exactly? Is it okay for SEO?
I tested it with different SEO tools and it seems to be okay, does anyone have more experience/insight on using Cloudflare workers for a similar use case?