Now that your table is inserted into the page you need to think of every cell as a separate table data cell of information.
Inserting images or text into your table
Changing the alignment of a cell
In this example we wish to have the images middle aligned to each other and the words to be center aligned within the cell but top aligned with the other words in the row. Therefore we need to alter the default of the row with the words on it.
PATH: table > tbody > tr > td
Table = the entire table
tbody = contents of the table
tr = table row
td = table data
When making changes to the contents within a table row, column or the entire column we always select td via this path ... you will see a blue box around the table data cell that your cursor was in once you have clicked on the td within the path.
The pop up box is where we are going to play with the alignment of the contents.
The best way to learn is trial and error - we recommend that you simply have a go and see what happens when playing with the Table cell properties of a table date cell (td).