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It's a common practice to truncate headlines when they are too long. Key words here being "too long". I'd cut it after three or five first words, because users cannot construct (guess) the phrase by just two words. Another way would be to calculate a physiologically ideal width of column (something around 450 px) and stick to that. Truncation typically ...
It is actually not uncommon at all to truncate titles. It is obviously not desirable and hopefully can be avoided, but sometimes there are good reasons to do truncation, even on titles. For example, an app in multiple languages may look fine in English but the headers could break your layout in another language - overflowing a div, introducing unwanted line ...
In short No. The footer would (should) contain information that usually will not be updated including but not limited to contact info, about us, help, privacy info.
Having recent posts in footer is only good option when your blogpost more engaging. If you normally post posts that are for reference, avoid blogpost. Showing one single latest post helps user to understand what the type of articles that your site posts on blog.
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