hm, what's so "retro" on your websites? Everything works perfectly.
Ok, layout or colors you could spice up a little bit.
Instead of something like "mouse-over" used in "Horner Wood Floor Gallery" you could use a real slide show, either one which changes the pictures from itself, or one that could change the viewer. But it's not really required in my personal opinion.
Ok, after all, where are your specific problems?
Thanks Hans. My concern is that it looks like a mess in Device Central... so anyone with an iPhone or Blackberry may have a tough time. But I still think it's tough and not practical/feasible to make major changes without a major do-over. Are you able to veiw on a mobile device? I wish I had one to test! THanks again!
Simply stated, start the layouts from new, as they will never be any good on the iPhone, Blackberry or any other hand held device.
Why am I saying this? Well, you used tables for your layout and these cannot be converted to correctly work on hand-held devices. In order for them to work both on 'normal' screens and the smaller screens of hand-held, then use css for the layout and styling of the sites, also on the iPhone you cannot use any flash as it is not supported and according to Apple; "will not be supported". As for the blackberry and other similar devices the new flash player for mobile devices would have to be installed.
Re-do. Some links to help get you started:
MOBILE WEB SITE DESIGN
CSS Liquid layouts for desktops to iPhones
Build iPhone, iTouch, iPad web sites & apps (no Flash allowed)
iPhone simulator - (on-line)
Opera Mini Mobile Simulator (on-line)
Google Android Emulator (download)
Palm OS Emulator (download)
Mobile Phone Emulator (on-line emulators for WAP, i-mode™, PDA and J2ME)
Blackberry Smartphone Simulators (download)