There are different layouts a web page can have and this depends on the type of content that your page contains.
This article gives examples of 3 different kinds of layout.
1 - Who’s who
A who’s who page will likely have details of different people within your organisation, each with a photo.
For this a table layout may be the best way to display the web page as it allows the photo to display above each persons title.
See our video tutorial on The Web Editor - Creating Tables for more on laying out your pages.
2 - Separate column for images
For some content it may be better to have a column to the right of the web page where images can be displayed separate to the text. This column can also then display links to other parts of the website. Columns can be created using tables ( button if you are using Charity Edit).
3 - Text wrapped around images
For most web pages this may be the better way to display images as the text fits nicely alongside your image and becomes part of the web page article.
To do this you need to add ALIGN=LEFT or ALIGN=RIGHT to your image HTML. If you are using Charity Edit then simply change the ALIGN option at the bottom of the image popup: