There are many available tools to help make web development projects quicker and more productive. rendering these tools practically useless until you stump up the cash. In most cases, however, there are free alternatives available can significantly help you accomplish tasks such as color selecting, color palette, JS Library, CSS/HTML/PHP Framework, WYSIWYG editor. etc...which are included in this list intentionally.
1. HTML5 Starter Pack - This HTML5 Starter Pack is a bit different than a template. It has been built with one guiding principle: scalability.
19. BrowserLab - BrowserLab lets you preview web pages across multiple browsers and operating systems. You can get a full-view screenshot, even beneath the fold, or compare how your web page looks in two browsers, side by side.
As a web designers or/and developers, I believe we all have our own favourite tools. For me, I have heaps of them and some of them are extremely useful.