As the title says, is
limited to correct in that context?
Let's say for instance that Facebook offers free and paid account and Facebook only allows free account to view the first 100 pictures of your friend. When a user tries to view more than 100 pictures, then Facebook will say
Your account is limited to viewing the first 100 pictures.
If that is correct, can anyone point me to an English rule that allows "past tense" + "to" + "verb-ing"? Also, I do not know what kind of verb is "limited to viewing" or what is it called in English.