The Tasty Links disclaimers have classes that makes styling them easy to do.

The individual link disclaimers have a class of tasty-links-disclaimer that you can target for styling.

The general link disclaimer has a class of tasty-links-general-disclaimer that you can target for styling. This class belongs to a div  element that wraps all the other elements (eg. p  elements) inside it.

Here's a quick example of styling the disclosure text:

.tasty-links-general-disclaimer {
    color: aquamarine;
    opacity: 0.8;

These CSS changes can be added to the Appearance → Customize → Additional CSS section of your WordPress dashboard.

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