Why a new web site?
The main reason for constructing a new web site has been that the former one I had used for more than ten years did not accept Unicode, which compelled me to upload the Greek texts as images. Unicode did not exist then, or at least was not developed enough to be able to consider it a widespread tool common to all computers.
Making the Greek texts be an image had the advantage that everybody could visualize them correctly, no matter whether readers had the same font I had or not, but from time to time readers complained about this: they could not copy and paste the texts in order to use them with their students, they could not enlarge them, etc., and they were prompting me to move to Unicode, a system that had already become common enough to take for granted that any standard computer could recognise it and visualize Greek texts correctly.
In any case, the former web site was so old (it had been built for me piece by piece by a technician ten years ago) that the only way to make it accept Unicode was to make very complicated changes in the HTML configuration, so I decided to wait for a little more with the images system and, further ahead, build a new web site.
After some research, the provider Weebly.com has seemed to me the most adequate. Greek texts will be displayed now as real texts, not images any more. Please see the page "Greek fonts display" for more technical information.
Moreover, this new web site allows me to include pictures, so that the news will not have any more that boring rectangle-shaped form.