Once you have completed these steps, it's time to learn about Jigoshop (if you have no previous knowledge). As a 3rd party plugin, PageLines does not provide official support for Jigoshop itself. However, the masters behind Jigoshop have a vast Knowledgebase for any questions on usability.
To get started configuring your Jigoshop installation in PageLines, first go to the Pages menu option in WP-Admin. You will see here (Figure 1) that Jigoshop has created several new pages that contain shortcodes in them to display its content. These new pages have not been assigned a template yet (Figure 1 #1), and this must be done to allow more versatility with what layouts and sections you are able to choose when configuring your Jigoshop pages.
Once you've assigned templates to the new pages, let's go into PageLines > Meta Setup and you will see a new menu item there called Product Archive. In this menu you can define the default content for the sections on Jigoshop pages (Figure 2 #1), the Layout (Figure 2 #2) and of course, your Individual Page Section Control (Figure 2 #3)
Now that we have this all settled, let's go one step further and create a Wordpress menu to use with your Jigoshop eCommerce shop in PageLines. This way, you can assign this menu (Figure 3) to a specific navigation bar or child navigation when on Jigoshop pages.