Tested on Mobile and Desktop.
I've reworked the website to include the following design elements:
Used a Go board artwork from Wikicommons (License allows use: "The copyright holder of this work allows anyone to use it for any purpose including unrestricted redistribution, commercial use, and modification."). Applied 80/255 transparency so overlapped words can be read. This is the "Page background image": go board (repeat: none, horizontal: right, vertical: top).
Also modified "Page Wrapper Background Image" - removed top down to about 150 pixels.
Tools used: Paint.net (Windows) but any program that allows saving full-transparency PNG (alpha-channel) will work.
Rearranged the hierarchy and renamed resources -> additional-resources and resources-1 to resources. This will destroy links I've emailed, but Google Sites has a decent feature that will display "related pages" when a currently-missing page is pulled up.
I moved Behind-The-Scenes and Beginner's Go glossary to subpages below resources (as well as "more go world news" and "additional resources"). A few content updates to Beginner's Go Glossary (handicap/komi). And I moved the Maps to meeting places each to their own page (named after the location). Some computers/browsers did not properly show two maps on the same page. Now the "Meet" page is printable with dates and directions for all meetings.