If your goal is to connect the ShapeDiver model to a website, you will need to communicate with the web developer and let them know how to access parameters, geometry, output data and CAD file exports from the model.
Give all parameters that should be exposed to the end users a name.
Check the range of each numerical parameter; that way you can make sure the website does not have access to unused or even problematic parameter values.
Do you need that much precision? Number parameters can often be used at the integer or single-digit precision level. This makes it easier for the caching system to precompute solutions and optimize loading times.
Outputs and exports
If you want output components to be easily found, give the component a name in Grasshopper: developers can use this name to find the object through the ShapeDiver API.
This is true both for geometry displayed in the viewer (using one of ShapeDiver's display components), for output data sent through the ShapeDiverDataOutput component and for all types of file exports.