Filed. We'll identify why this is being triggered, and kill this.
It is the 146th most searched term in our internal search engine. There are plenty of generic/non-pertinent terms in the top-500 list (E.g. "facebook", "children", "shift", "scroll"). Kev: Should we revisit the whole list on our side? Also I have plenty of less commonly searched terms that I would to see trigger the MDN widget (HTML, CSS, JS-related words). How should we process?
I'm getting to the point where I think I'm going to ask them to bucket it vs. general availability. I'll sync with them this week, and we can work on tweaking it without affecting users.
We can also refine the list on our side by excluding terms with low "Time after search" and/or "Avg. Search Depth" E.g., nearly all facebook searches have "Time after search" < 60s
Created attachment 8594923 [details] How to rename a Github file (isn't an MDN topic) Here's another example.
Marking fixed, as the MDN content was removed from results shortly after it was made available, and never reinstated.