Here is a screenshot of the Visual Dictionary Online website's homepage as displayed in my browser:
My question is: How would you refer to the position of the image of the reindeer on the web page?
In this case, I don't want you to tell me the reindeer is "above the Image of the Week box", or "below the heron", etc.; i.e., I don't want its position expressed in relation to other elements of the web page; the only thing allowed for now is the page itself, which you may picture as a blank sheet of paper with our buddy Rudolph on it. I'm only insisting on this requirement because those (other) elements may not be present on other web pages.
I'd describe the position of the reindeer like this:
1a. The picture of the reindeer is at the right side of the web page.
1b. The picture of the reindeer is on the right side of the web page.
1c. The picture of the reindeer is in the upper-right section/area/quadrant of the web page.
The second question is regarding the position of the Search button, which is located just below the navigation bar, in the middle: How would you describe the position of the Search button with respect to the Google Custom Search search field?
2a. The Search button is (located) to the right of the search field.
2b. The Search button is next to the search field, at the right.
2c. The Search button is next to the search field, on the right.