Arduino IDE Not Installing Canvas-Gauges "Zip/File Does Not Contain Valid Librar

Hello Team,
I am having challenge installing Canvas-Gauges (From Github/Mikhus) to my Arduino IDE Library. When I tried adding Library through "Sketches/Include Library/Add Ziplibrary), the IDE kept prompting “Specified folder/zip file does not contain a valid library”

I also tried copying and pasting the Canvas-gauges library directly into the Arduino Library folder in my drive where it domiciled but the IDE wont still recognise it when it is launched open.

Anyone who has an idea what is the problem or could guide me on how to have it installed is appreciated.

Thanks Team.

Is this what you’re talking about:
https://github.com/mikhus/Canvas-Gauges

In the future, please just post links to the things you are talking about instead of some super vague “Canvas-Gauges (From Github/Mikhus)” that means we have to go on some search just to find it. Please always use the chain links icon on the toolbar to make links clickable. Help us to help you!

That doesn't appear to be a library for an Arduino. Have you seen someone else using it with Arduino?

I follow these steps to include library file in my IDE: 1. I down load the .zip file and save it in a known folder. **2.* I use the Add .ZIP Library... option to include the library. Sometimes, I encounter messages like the one you counted. I ignore it and try some other library.

OR 1. Extract the downloaded .zip file. 2. Manually save the extracted folder in the following path: C:\Program Files\Arduino\libraries.

3. Choose the Manage Libraries... option from the IDE. (this option is better as it automatically updates when there is a new release of the installed library.)

That's a library for web development - it would be used to add gauges to a website, installed on a webserver. It has nothing to do with arduino - which is what the use told you.

Maybe OP is running a webserver on an Arduino? But indeed not a library in the sense of ‘Arduino library’.

pert: Is this what you're talking about: https://github.com/mikhus/Canvas-Gauges

In the future, please just post links to the things you are talking about instead of some super vague "Canvas-Gauges (From Github/Mikhus)" that means we have to go on some search just to find it. Please always use the chain links icon on the toolbar to make links clickable. Help us to help you!

Yes, thats what am talking about. Thanks next time I will just post links to the things.