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Photoshop image size on the disk wrt w/h, pixels and resolution. How?

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Hi there;

I had a problem recently. I was editting photoshop images for the use of web page.
Now, my problem is that I couldn't figure out how I can set the image size on disk as 30K or so. I changed width/height of the image with proportions enabled, no use, then pixels, then both but I always end up with huge image sizes as 40-80 MB each.

Am i missing a concept for resizing image size on the disk?
I am uploading an image with different size/pixels etc. Could you help me to have them max 200K or so for web use? or a strategy to do this? In fact strategy would be better for me to learn.

Regards.

P.S. for web use, I mean it fits 1/4 or so. I mean not huge images, the image is in an image gallery and the user clicks and it opens in a small-moderate window.
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Thank you! That's what I am looking for.
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