ccm.base.css and ccm.base.js

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I've noticed that both these files
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/css/ccm.base.css" />
<script type="text/javascript" src="/concrete/js/ccm.base.js"></script>
are always automatically included in the frontend end display code. I can't really figure out why I would need these unless I was logged in to editing mode - is it safe to hide them, or are they necessary?

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Tony replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
you'll want to keep base.css in there for sure (or at least copy those styles to your theme, at the risk of things breaking on future updates). without that one you'll loose the formatting on pagination and on the new layouts system.
Ricalsin replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm looking for the file that has the css used in the document_library add-on and called from within the concrete/tools/files/properties.php page, like so:
<td width="100%" class="ccm-attribute-editable-field-central"><div class="ccm-attribute-editable-field-text">'

Can someone point me to where these css files are? I have looked in all the obvious JS files too and don't see how they are built or where they get loaded from. Any direction would be appreciated.