I'm sorry, but what do you want us to do (unless I am missing something glaringly obvious.)?
A boilerplate isn't meant to be complete. A boilerplate is a starting basis for further coding/development. For instance, I use two boilerplates.
First, I use Eric Meyer's CSS reset. I also use a modified version of a basic HTML5 startup: (both of which are macros in Notepad++ <3)
See how neither actually do anything? They just provide a basic layout that I (or you) can then add code to to make a webpage.
If you're looking for a website template, then that's totally different.