This isn’t site specific, and can be replicated on any webflow site. For demonstration purposes, I will pick one here from the demo site: Best Demo Websites | Free Examples & Designs - Webflow
If I wanted to add a query parameter, it works fine
https://moving-gradient-background-kl.webflow.io/?param=123 and I can see it in the address bar the query param. Great!
BUT if that param is
gclid, it automatically gets redirected back to the home page, and it seems to ONLY be with
https://moving-gradient-background-kl.webflow.io/?gclid=123 => redirects to
I cannot find any settings to disable this and allow it through.
Why does webflow block the gclid parameter? Is webflow perhaps using their own gclid values, so is purposefully blocking all sites that pass it? Is there settings anywhere to disable this behaviour?