King of Belgium goes Drupal

Following hot on the heels of US President Barack Obama, Albert II, King of the Belgians, just relaunched his website on Drupal. Check it out at The site was built by Connexion and Internet Architects.

Belgian monarchy


Filip (not verified):

Is Drupal nu "hofleverancier"? :p

December 21, 2009
Taco (not verified):

Haha ja! Royal Drupal! Kroontje op het logo?

December 21, 2009
ahoeben (not verified):

Somewhat offtopic, but I could not help but notice the "belga picture" watermarks all over the place. Not looking too good on the site... Even the King Alpbert II closeup in the header of some pages has a (cropped) watermark in it. Placeholder images?

December 21, 2009
seutje (not verified):

At last they got rid of that ugly nested-table-layout clusterfuck.

And only with 6 months (?) delay :D

Go Albert, u tha man! (or the second man, w/e)

December 21, 2009
Niels Matthijs (not verified):

The front-end was cooked up by Internet Architects. I'm glad someone noticed. :)

December 22, 2009

Ah, I didn't know. I updated the original post to also mention Internet Architects. Thanks Niels.

December 22, 2009
Kenneth Hoste (not verified):

Now you've made it big time! ;-)

December 21, 2009
Dan Frydman (not verified):

I heard that the whole Belgian government services was to migrate to Dries, I mean Drupal, is that true?

December 21, 2009
mary (not verified):

Nice! It's exciting to see the places Drupal is going!

December 21, 2009
Jan-Nicolas Va… (not verified):

Too bad they didn't have enough money left to buy the rights to the images after the migration!

December 21, 2009
Hans (not verified):

Dit betekent dat de koning hem ook zelf kan bijhouden - mits hij kan lezen en schrijven uiteraard. (grapje)

December 22, 2009
Marc (not verified):

Hmm, content is king? :\

December 22, 2009
Morten (not verified):

Huh, I thought Dries was the King of Belgium. :p

January 06, 2010