So I work on a website, an anime to be precise, where people can read articles on their songs, rate them, comment on them / post comments, add them to their list, etc., and here is the layout current site of a song.
I think it's decent, and I intend to keep it that way, but I'd like to know what others, maybe some experts think of this layout .
As you can see, in the office view, there is a left sidebar menu(which can not be closed), and there is another one on the right, which contains information about the song, such as integrated youtube video, statistics, singer information (if any), anime and lyrics at the bottom of the page. The two side bars and the
div between them are separately scrollable, but the scrollbars are hidden because IMO that would ruin the design / layout.
And between them the contents
div is placed, it contains additional information about the song (statistics, song recommendations, comments section, etc.).
Their width goes like this: 20-65-15
On the mobile view, the right sidebar is pushed to the top of the content.
divbecause it fits perfectly in the screen size of a phone and the menu (but without the search section) can be opened with the usual hamburger menu icon, but unlike most sites, it is placed at the bottom.
This layout is also convenient when the user wants to read any comments. On this site, the layout is always the same, so the right sidebar is always visible. But this time, it's only visible on view of the officeSo it's a privilege for those who visit the site on a PC.
Do you think that such a provision would be suitable for users? Or is it not too unusual to have sidebars on both sides?