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In Webflow, when you have a paginated Collection List on a page, and you navigate to page 2 of that paginated list, the URL reflects that.
... becomes something like;
That strange-looking ID is Webflow's internal way of tracking that Collection List, so that when it loads your webpage, it knows which Collection List page you want displayed for each Collection List.
You can have up to 20 Collection Lists per page, which means, potentially, you could have 20 querystring parameters like that.
First, these querystring variations are completely fine.
Google will find them, and if it chooses to, it will navigate them page by page, and index them. But that's a good thing. More SERPs for you.
Webflow also focuses attention on the main page which contains that collection list, by;
You might see those funky looking results in Google Search results but that's a Good Thing. Set your designer OCD tendencies aside and embrace the way the web works.
Webflow's Collection List Limit and Pagination features are different.
Limit truncates the list, with no ability to page to the next set of N items.