I'm sorry if any of our comments/suggestions hurt, but as I said in my original post... you asked for honest feedback and so, as the owner of a web design/development company, I gave you what I intended to be constructive criticism, without any intent of being mean/nasty.
I'm glad you've taken what we've suggested as a means to move forward and recognize that there were some flaws in your original presentation. I think it's great that you are willing to take some of our advice and adjust/edit/change your resume in order to meet your end-goal.
None of us is perfect, nor will we ever be. If you can own a mistake, correct it and then move forward, you will be much better prepared for whatever challenges come your way. And trust me when I say this... in the web design industry you will encounter MANY challenges! Most of which come from clients who think they know "the internet" and can't grasp the concept that certain functionality or design requires hours, not minutes, to create. My favorites *insert sarcasm here* are the ones that "know what they are doing" and take it upon themselves to edit scripts themselves and end up crashing their entire site! Ahhh the fun
On a serious note though, again, I truly apologize if any of my comments were taken too personally. They were simply meant as a means to guide you in the right direction in areas I felt you had taken a slightly wrong approach. You seem driven, capable, and willing to learn/expand new skills so I think you will do well once someone gives you the chance. I truly hope our suggestions will help to achieve that for you.
Best of luck! I look forward to hearing that you've found a job!!!