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This is something very well known that WordPress does. If you display posts using excerpts or content limited displays, WordPress automatically strips HTML tags from your content and displays the text only. This has nothing to do with Genesis or the Featured Page Widget There is a fix though. Take a look at Brad's article and see if it helps: http://wpsites.net/wordpress-tips/add-back-html-tags-stripped-from-content-limit-excerpts-in-wordpress/.
Thank you so much, Victor font!
Your link explained it clearly: As I am not acquainted with how to bring the code into the Loop,
I had to accept that no typographic styles are allowed in the import into a Widget.
It is interesting to learn how ordinary arrangements like making a bulleted list affects the
way one has to work in WordPress.
That changed my view on Widgets. It seems better to avoid them.
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