While FCC is a very useful learning guide, completing the certificates doesn’t necessarily guarantee anything, and it doesn’t mean that you’re job-ready either. What can you actually build? Do you meet these criteria yet: How do you know when you are ready to apply to jobs? - #2 by astv99
No offense intended, but the fact that you’re presenting work on CodePen means that you have further to go. The only thing you should be using CodePen for (as a developer) is to show off snazzy CSS animations & effects. I mean, take a look at the CodePen homepage, if you haven’t already.
And based on the work that you have on CodePen, it seems that you’re not quite job-ready yet. No offense intended of course. You’re clearly making progress, but you’re just not there yet and need to get further along. You should build more advanced projects, i.e. fully-interactive web apps in your front-end library or framework of choice. Make something that solves a business problem, and deploy it to something like Heroku. When you can build a professional-looking SPA deployed to Heroku (and no longer need CodePen), then you’ll be job-ready.
Also I agree on the “Register” thing on your site. That really needs to be removed. It’s an instant turn-off.
Lastly the UI/UX on your website isn’t the most professional-looking. I’d recommend an aesthetic revamp. Just make it clean, simple, & direct. Borrow from a design elsewhere if you need to.