It can also track views and clicks of ads, including Google AdSense ads.
Here are some key features of "Adjector":
· It just works. Adjector was designed to save time and effort and to stay out of the way.
· Adjector is simple. Written in Python and the Pylons framework, Adjector is easy to customize. Simplicity also (probably) makes Adjector more secure.
· Adjector can run anywhere and render from anywhere, in many different ways. Our lightweight client-only distribution has few prerequisites, making it simple to install on any machine.
· Show ads from each advertiser the same amount, automatically.
· Adjector lets the developer display several text ads in one block, styling them as he sees fit with arbitrary HTML. He can even alternate these text ads with image and other block-style ads.
· Adjector natively supports SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and probably also Oracle, SQLServer, Firebird, and Informix.
· Adjector lets the user create any sort of hierarchies for individual ads, called creatives, and for the places ads appear on the website, called zones.