I've got a WordPress theme that's giving me issues with the Backbone JS module. According to https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-17352, it's because CiviCRM isn't running Backbone in no_conflict mode. Unfortunately, I'm not familiar enough with all of this to figure out where the no_conflict() call would be placed in the code.
According to Backbone isn't loading on Civi 4.6.11/WP 4.4.1, Andrew West suggests dequeue-ing the theme's loading of Backbone, and enqueue-ing the CiviCRM backbone. I get the concept, understand how to limit the if statement to the civicrm base page, and already have the child theme, but I'm unclear of how I tell it to enqueue the specific version of Backbone for CiviCRM?
var Backbone = Backbone.noConflict() to wp-content/plugins/civicrm/civicrm/packages/backbone/backbone.js blows up in an impressive array of 15 errors on the Manage Online Event page, with Backbone Undefined. Scary thing is that it seemed to render more of the page, but still not correct.