In an AskGooglebot session, an SEO professional asked John Mueller about index limits, and whether or not Google has any for static pages.
John answered that no, there is no limit. But, he wanted to dive into a couple of topics to further expand on this.
He said that Google can’t tell if a page is dynamic. So if you take a dynamic page that is originally something like .php, and change it to .html, it’s not going to matter. And it doesn’t matter to search engines either way.
John reiterated that they don’t have any limits for indexing, but they do try to focus resources in ways where they believe that it makes sense.
The Google algorithms will try to index pages in a logical process andthe process is fully automated.
John emphasized focusing on making the site “awesome,” so that they will be more likely to want to index every page on the site.
You can watch the video here: