Issue with jQuery UI and Concrete

Hey all, I need to use jQuery UI on my page, however when I login in the editor crashes, but when I remove jquery UI from my footer, the login is fine but the page doesn't work.

I realize that concrete automatically uses jquery UI when editing, however I need a means to get the cms to realize that I'm not in edit mode and that it should inject jquery ui.

<?php $c = Page::getCurrentPage(); if (!$c->canViewToolbar()) { echo '<script src=""></script>';}; ?>

I tried this, along with some other things, however all I've gotten are more errors. This one won't allow me to assign Page::canViewToolbar and gives a fatal error.

Anyone have experience injecting jquery UI when not editing?

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On the front end, with that line of jquery included, I get these errors

Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'length' of undefined jquery.js:2
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'loaderImage' of undefined

I know these errors are coming from these scripts being loaded:
<script src=""></script>
<script src=""></script>
<script src="<?php echo $this->getThemePath();?>/js/jquery-mobilemenu.min.js"></script>

Basically I need a way for C5 to detect that we're not logged in, and then to php echo these script files into my footer and I'm struggling to find the correct solution.

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Soccham replied on at Permalink Reply
Ah sorry, my solution ended up with me just having to remove all jquery calls from the site as a whole. That seems to be working.