You've put the problem section in its own table underneath the rest of the page content.
Here's an example where I've moved it up to where it should be, or to where I think it should be based on your question: click here
If that's what you're after, get a zip file containing the FrontPage 2003 web that I used to set your page up here: click here
Unzip the site root directory and open up the example.htm file to see the code I changed.
Your images don't appear on my example becasue they are located on your server and not mine. If you upload the example.htm file to your web server and open it in your web browser it will display the imagaes from your site root.
You can copy the code from example.htm into your php file and off you go.
The people who write/supply the script are unlikely to provide support with embedding it into your site since they are right when they say there are many ways of doing so. They will provide simple destructions but after that it will be assumed that by buying it and using it you assume responsibility of creating output that will support the script.
Web programs can be tricky and most script companies will only provide support with the script itself. How you embed it is usually up to you and most companies assume that you will use a designer who knows how to handle things rather than try to 'roll your own' site.
Anyway, if you some unstuck post again and I'll try to help further.