Formatting in Article Preview

Ok, so I'm using Wordpress, with a theme called GoodNews. There's a feature called NewsBox, that provides an image and a preview of an article, as seen here:
Full article:

The preview of the article removes all formatting of the text from the original article, but what I'd like to do is override this to retain punctuation, paragraphs, etc..

What I need is to fill out the following section of my custom CSS:

.cat_article_content p {


Need help with css text

Hey guys look at this pic first

What I want is the text ( Friends , Fans) to appear right beside the count of fans on the same line
Like oon the Image below that I modified with paint.

So there is my codings ( I know it makes no sens and I can do it better but I dont know how)

<div> <!-- float container -->
  <div style="float:left;"><img src ="wp-content/themes/cheetahtheme/images/face.png"></div>

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When I add a:hover {background...} to my stylesheet, there appears a "background" on my logo when you hover over it. It happens in IE 8 and Firefox. It happens in a site created with Dreamweaver and one "created" with Wordpress.

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a img {

Unifrom vertical buttons and CSS

I am trying to create a vertical set of buttons. But (yes.. Sad ) there are some conditions:

1) the buttons should be of same width even if text is less in one of them
2) Its an ASPX page so as to make it language independent
3) not possible to use fixed size image.

I tried the dic span method available on the net; but the moment one alphabet is less and the width gets disturbed.

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