So I ran into an issue where I needed to run an older version of jQuery on the front end of the WordPress website. But with all the dynamic loading of content and features on the admin side of WordPress I had to isolate it to just the front side of the website. Thankfully after searching around on the web I came across a solutions that I was able to customize to fit my needs.

Thanks to where he wanted to be able to use the latest jQuery version on his frontend and still use the the version packaged with WordPress in the backend I was able to customize it so I could use an older version on the front of the website.  

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