Help making share button work

I need to add the large share button you see just above the video on this page:
http://lanterns.littlethings.com/diy-cloud-light/
to someone else's site. They like the look of it on that site, but I'm having trouble duplicating it on here:
http://supersized.com/temp-test-page/

I copied the javscript, the code seen in the view source, and css I found but it's still not showing correctly. I did edit the code removing the info of the other site and set it to use the wordpress permalinks for the supersized site. It's still not showing correctly though.

Can I get a fresh pair of eyes to help figure this out please?
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DzynitAuthor Commented:
I think one problem on this is that the stylesheet doesn't seem to be taking effect for some reason. I can see in view source that the stylesheet is linked in the header like it should be, yet when using the firefox css editor, it's not there.

That shouldn't be preventing the facebook code from working though. I've tried several different like/share codes from facebook but the icons/buttons will not show on the page.

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DzynitAuthor Commented:
I was finally able to get things working. It's an oddity with the theme. The site is run on wp engine which I'm not used to. But it has built-in caching and minify so it was a struggle finding things and forcing a refresh to see changes. You can't seem to turn that off during the dev phase. Editing the child theme also wasn't taking effect. I had to switch back to the parent.

I was away for a little more than a week, so I apologize for leaving this question so long. Thanks for trying to help Bob.
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