How to fix banner ad on website?

My website www.konidas.com.au, The slider is currently programmed to display 3 images. I wish to change the images and also display them. I know where the images are in the Magento directory, but do not know which file I need to edit to say what images and how many to be displayed.
Shaun-1Asked:
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lenamtlCommented:
In the admin side check if there is a module related to that banner, you should be able to set image and display from there.

If it's hardcoded you will have to edit the template file directly.
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Shaun-1Author Commented:
It is hardcoded unfortunately and I am unable to locate where I find the template?
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lenamtlCommented:
The theme is located in /skin/frontend/default/theme354/

This is where the settings are
	;(function($){
			
		$(window).load(function(){
			$('.slider')._TMS({
				prevBu:'.prev',
				nextBu:'.next',
				playBu:'.play',
				duration:2400,
				easing:'easeOutQuad',
				preset:'simpleFade',
				pagination:true,
				//pagNums:false,
				slideshow:5000,
				numStatus:false,
				banners:'fade',// fromLeft, fromRight, fromTop, fromBottom
				waitBannerAnimation:false
			})	
		})
		
	})(jQuery)

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and the slider code
<div class="slider" style="z-index: 1; overflow: hidden;">
	<ul class="items">	
		<li>
                        <img alt="" src="http://www.konidas.com.au/skin/frontend/default/theme354/images/media/slide3.jpg">
			&lt;
		</li>
		<li>
			<img alt="" src="http://www.konidas.com.au/skin/frontend/default/theme354/images/media/slidewindows.jpg">
			
		</li>
		<li>
			<img alt="" src="http://www.konidas.com.au/skin/frontend/default/theme354/images/media/slide1.jpg">
			
		</li>
	</ul>
<div class="pic" style="overflow: hidden; width: 630px; height: 338px; background: url(http://www.konidas.com.au/skin/frontend/default/theme354/images/media/slidewindows.jpg) 0px 0px no-repeat;"><div class="mask" style="position: absolute; width: 100%; height: 100%; left: 0px; top: 0px; z-index: 1;"><div style="left: 0px; top: 0px; position: absolute; width: 630px; height: 338px; opacity: 0.355324826388889; background-image: url(http://www.konidas.com.au/skin/frontend/default/theme354/images/media/slide1.jpg); background-position: 0px 0px;"></div></div></div><ul class="pagination"><li class=""><a href="#">1</a></li><li class=""><a href="#">2</a></li><li class="current"><a href="#">3</a></li></ul><div class="banner" style="z-index: 999; right: 0px; opacity: 0;"><a href="http://www.konidas.com.au/index.php/">&nbsp;</a></div><div class="banner" style="z-index: 999; right: 0px; opacity: 0;"><a href="http://www.konidas.com.au/index.php/">&nbsp;</a></div><div class="banner" style="z-index: 999; right: 0px; opacity: 0.261121;"><a href="http://www.konidas.com.au/index.php/">&nbsp;</a></div></div>

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The slider javascript file is located
skin/frontend/default/theme354/script/tms-0.3.js
The name of the slider: TMSlider 0.3
from Template Monster Theme

You can contact them for more support
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Shaun-1Author Commented:
I have checked this file, but could not find the location where we can add the slide by slide file name.
pl. find attached the file
tms-0.3.js
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lenamtlCommented:
You don't need to edit the js.

You need to edit the theme file page.
The slider code appear in one of theme files.

The theme files are located in
skin/frontend/default/theme354/

To find out which file you will have to make a search, it is probably in the index.php

If you download the entire theme folder on your computer
 you can use Notepad++ (it's a free code editor) http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
Once installed you can search through a folder using Search and File in a file
point the theme folder
search a string let say slidewindows.jpg
this will display the page where this appear then you will need to edit this file.

I recommend you to contact Template Monster and ask for support.
This is a premium theme, TM can provide you support with their slider, check the is probably documentation about the slider in the package you have bought.
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Shaun-1Author Commented:
Thank you for putting me on the right track.
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