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  • widget code can be in the theme, a plugin, or (some of them) in the WordPress core.

    In that case, looks like the HTML was pasted into a text widget.

    Ravi Gill

    (@ravigilllivecom)

    As s_ha_dum mentioned, one place to look is in the WordPress (WP) core.

    WP uses a base class called WP_Widget for it’s default widgets – see [wp-includes/widgets.php].

    Each default widget extends from this class – see [wp-includes/default-widgets.php].
    And they’re all registered at the end of this file in a separate wp_widgets_init function.

    If the form you’re looking at is a widget it could be coded and registered in [wp-includes/default-widgets.php].

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