Hi @TJwebflow, I would also check the domain hosting settings, check that the WWW domain is the default domain, see below an example:
After setting the WWW domain as the default domain, Publish your project
The two biggest factors are Page Weight and number of page requests.
https://tools.pingdom.com is a great tool to analyze the bottlenecks. For best/better than average performance performance the site page weight should be under 2mb and the number of requests below 60.
Currently the site is at 3.2mb, which is not too bad, but the number of requests is 117 which quite a bit:
I would recommend to reduce the number of requests, this could be by reducing the number of elements on a single page or check the custom code if that is adding lots of requests. A page is not considered completely loaded until all requests, both those coming from Webflow and from other services are finished.
A good thing to do is to create a baseline project, Duplicate a project and then remove all custom code used in project settings and on the page, then publish the duplicate and test that version to see the difference in performance.
I hope this helps, here is an article that shows how to generally troubleshoot website performance issues
Thanks in advance.