To be honest mate, there's not a lot right with your site. Please don't take this the wrong way, as I'm about to post a long list of things that are worth addressing (the most important stuff in the first half of the list). It's not meant in a rude or nasty way and I can 100% understand how projects like these are your baby and how precious you are about them (as I'm exactly the same). So I hope this list will help you improve your site
1) You've left in your Google site verification:
<meta name="google-site-verification" content="y09mRiWjN_rR2vgi8Q-MasCJPeKPiec950WKCCFhb1M" />
2) you're using tables for layout, should be div layers
3) you've got closing tags with no opening:
4) you have CSS intermixed in the HTML. That should all be in a separate CSS file (this is so that CSS can be cached)
7) your rounded corners are an image, it should be done in CSS: http://www.css3.info/preview/rounded-border/
8) the site layout actually works ok for smart phones / tablets for the most part, it's not great because the width isn't responsive (eg if you zoom in, you have to horizontal scroll a lot), but it's actually not too bad. However it might be worth considering an a more dynamic layout when you come to design v2.0 of your site
9) the typeface is a little plain. I'd suggest looking into using fontface generators (http://www.fontsquirrel.com/
) or Google Fonts (http://www.google.com/fonts/
) and pick something a little prettier. You can also play around with letter and word spacing to give your characters more room to breath - just bare in mind that it's easy to go overboard on that and add too much padding - which will by harder to read
10) you can really lift the site up if you add some CSS shadows to your frames (http://www.css3.info/preview/box-shadow/
) and maybe some subtle text shadows as well (http://css3gen.com/text-shadow/
) - but remember, less is more.
11) animated gifs such as the black thing at the bottom of your homepage are very 90s. I'd avoid using them unless you're intending to be ironic
12) lose the site counter. if you want to track pages hits then either install some cloud-based analytics (eg Google Analytics) or pull your web servers logs and run them through some kind of graphing tool.
13) The 'S' in your logo is too big - which adds a lot of ugly whitespace at the top of your site. I'd consider shrinking that 'S' to about 25% of it's current size.
14) Personally, I think white, gold and purple don't really blend that well. I'd consider softening your choices of colour schemes a little.
15) And lastly, don't mistake anadalite's advice for trolling. While the initial learning curve for writing all this by hand in a text editor is greater than using dreamweaver, it will do you a lot of good as (bar the differences of design opinion) a lot of the faults on that site are down to Dreamweaver. In short, Dreamweaver is holding you back.
And sorry for tearing your site apart there - but I hope I've given you enough pointers there to help you out. If not, feel free to ask and I'll help where I can. Edited by Plan9 - 7/22/13 at 6:45am