I just came across this thread and have looked at your website for the first time.
I see from other comments that there have been significant improvements to the website. Clearly, you have worked very hard and put in many hours to make this site work. I hope that you don't take this the wrong way but... I'd turn to Wordpress if I were you.
I have a few websites that I manage. One of them is a site that was designed by a pro and that I maintain now using the rudimentary HTML coding that I know. The others I set up from scratch using Wordpress.
Your service provider (Godaddy or in my case, Netfirms) should offer the commercial Wordpress module free of charge and after a bit of time consumed figuring out which theme to use, you can have a fully functional professional looking site up and running live within a few hours.
Here's an example I did for this discussion: I admit I'm familiar with Wordpress and I scouted out only a couple of themes quite limited in their customization (I couldn't get rid of the comments box at the bottom of the pages, and I couldn't modify the spaces between lines that weren't paragraph breaks, for example)
This site I did is free. I made it from scratch in about 2 hours (Yes, I have nothing better to do sometimes.... lol) OK
, with all the additions I've made, 3 1/2 hours.
Today is November 19th, and I'll take this site down (without notice) next week- I've put it up and am leaving it up for discussion purposes only.
Meanwhile, the commercial version of Wordpress has access to literally thousands of themes, all customizable so you have have page tabs or not, footers or not, and what otherwise is a blogroll looks like a regular website.
And make sure that someone edits your spelling. I have seen a few people mention this to you but after all your apparent revisions to your website, there are still glaring examples of errors that should not be occurring considering how many times you must read these words in the books you've been studying.
Seriously, if I were a person looking to hire you, if I notice you can't spell these basic words, how can I know you know your material well enough to teach it, or entrust you with my half-million dollar airplane? In creating the Wordpress site, I have done my best to catch most of it. Make sure you don't just cut-and-paste, however, I have made a couple of editorial liberties and they may not suit your needs.
A couple of other things, if I may... I think you need to beef up your certifications page. In a resume, you either boost your education or else you boost your experience. Since you have just a little bit of experience and currently doing additional certifications and add-ons to your license, you are still doing the educational phase of your career. So I'd be putting up everything you've done in minute detail.
Your ground school marks
Your PPL marks from the examiner
E v e r y t h i n g
Pad this page 'till it's overflowing.
Add the odd accolade if you have one from your instructors. Quote what they said you did especially well.
I'm sorry to seem so hard on you. Competition is tough out there and since you've taken the time and made the effort to canvas us on A.net for our opinions, made yourself vulnerable to our sometimes horribly cruel writings, I feel it's only fair to be straight with you.
I hope that by taking the time to show you an example of what a Wordpress site can do for you, you will appreciate that I am not just attacking but trying to provide some constructive criticism and helpful guidance to ensure that the objective you have in mind is attained as effectively as is humanly possible.
Good luck to you.
me if you have any questions. I'll help with more old guy and / or Wordpress advice when I can... That is, if you're interested.