Triplehash has released SiteBreeze, a cross-platform desktop-based content management system that is designed to create static HTML Web sites based on one or more templates. The system is designed to enable non-technical personnel to update a Web site and publish the changes to the Internet. Users can insert images directly from digital camera media, without manually resizing and recompressing them beforehand to make them Web-ready. Other features include a built-in scripting language, the ability to change content offline for publishing later, and the ability to create lingual, multiple-version Web sites. The built-in editor allows side-by-side translation of articles, and custom variables allow for changing of copyright notices and tentative dates. SiteBreeze costs $145 for a single-user license, $130 per user for two licenses, and $95 per user for 3 or more licenses, with a source-code license is available for $1500. SiteBreeze comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. SiteBreeze is available from Triplehash, 3 Club Road, Walmer, 6070, South Africa.