Assuming that what you present in the question is the complete listing on the web page, no it does not, as the law currently stands:
27 CA ADC § 25602:
(a) Unless otherwise specified in Section 25607.1 et seq, a warning meets the requirements of this subarticle if it complies with the content requirements in Section 25603 and is provided using one or more of the following methods:
(1) A product-specific warning provided on a posted sign, shelf tag, or shelf sign, for the consumer product at each point of display of the product.
(2) A product-specific warning provided via any electronic device or process that automatically provides the warning to the purchaser prior to or during the purchase of the consumer product, without requiring the purchaser to seek out the warning.
(3) A warning on the label that complies with the content requirements in Section 25603(a).
(4) A short-form warning on the label that complies with the content requirements in Section 25603(b). The entire warning must be in a type size no smaller than the largest type size used for other consumer information on the product. In no case shall the warning appear in a type size smaller than 6-point type.
Since this is classified as a dietary supplement, the more-detailed requirements of 27 CA ADC § 25607.1 apply:
(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), a warning for food exposures, including dietary supplements, meets the requirements of this subarticle if it complies with the content requirements in Section 25607.2 and is provided using one or more of the methods required in Section 25602.
(b) Where the warning is provided on the food product label, it must be set off from other surrounding information, enclosed in a box and comply with the content requirements specified in Section 25607.2.
The warning on the bottle appears to comply with the required form of a 25607.2 warning, inside the box required by 25607.1(b). If this bottle were being sold in a store or other in-person method of purchase, this would be sufficient. However, 25602(b) provides additional requirements for internet sales:
(b) For internet purchases, a warning that complies with the content requirements of Section 25603(a) must also be provided by including either the warning or a clearly marked hyperlink using the word “WARNING” on the product display page, or by otherwise prominently displaying the warning to the purchaser prior to completing the purchase.
Since the warning is not fully legible, it does not meet the requirements.
However, the law was changed in 2016, effective August 30, 2018. Prior to that, the internet-specific terms were not present, and simply having the warning on the bottle was sufficient.